Native American Indian in Wolf Headdress Bronze Bust Statue Sculpture 14" x 8"

SKU: 58012
3 in stock

Condition: This sculpture is in a perfect condition
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base: Height 14" X Width 8"
Marble Dimensions:6 1/2" X 6 1/2"
Height without base13"
Weight:12 LBS

Original or Reproduction: Reproduction

This remarkable bronze sculpture pays homage to the wisdom and spirituality of a Native American tribe leader. His portrayal is a testament to the profound connection that Native Americans had with their environment, reflected in their clothing and spiritual beliefs. Dressed in a wool shawl and animal skin, the leader's attire is a manifestation of the environment in which he lived and his religious convictions. The sculpture beautifully captures the intricate details of his attire, showcasing the diverse styles of clothing worn by Native Americans based on their region and climate. From breechclouts and tunic shirts to warm trousers and mittens for colder areas, their clothing was not just functional but held deep spiritual significance. The use of animal skins was believed to impart the animal's power and strength, making it a crucial aspect of their religious practices. The elder's face is a testament to the experiences he has witnessed, with every wrinkle and crease etched with precision. His aged features, lined forehead, and deep, contemplative eyes convey the wisdom and knowledge he imparts to his tribe. Crafted with the "Lost Wax Method" and mounted on a marble base, this sculpture, signed by C.M. Russell, is a tangible representation of the enduring spirituality and harmony with nature that characterized Native American cultures.