Created and Sold by Ralph W. Stackpole

Ralph W. Stackpole

Man Sculpture

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These sculptures over the Sansome Street entrance to the Pacific Stock Exchange tower were done by American sculptor Ralph Stackpole. It features a huge nude male figure and dominates the group, his outstretched hands resting upon the arc of a rainbow. There are also symbols of rain and lightning, with two smaller male figures that represent progressive labor.
"The group, as a whole, is beautifully balanced in design and is executed with mastery."

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