WAR CHIEF Native American Bronze Statue Sculpture Western Art Marble Base 24" x 23"

SKU: 58502
3 in stock

Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base: Height 27" X Width 23"
Marble Dimensions:12" X 7"
Height without base:26"
Weight:30 LBS

Original or Reproduction: Reproduction

This captivating sculpture offers a fascinating portrayal of a Native American chief, mounted on his trusty horse as he surveys the vast land with spear in hand, ever vigilant against potential threats. The chief's narrative unfolds, revealing his triumphant spirit against various travelers and settlers who sought to encroach upon his people's ancestral land. Symbolic keepsakes from these encounters adorn him, telling a story of resilience and defense. The intricate details of the sculpture bring the historical representation to life, showcasing the Native American chief in traditional attire. His feathered hat helmet, adorned with a side braid, pays homage to the rich cultural heritage. A cloth skirt wraps around his waist, reflecting the customary attire of the time. The horse, a powerful stallion, is meticulously adorned with full tack, emphasizing the symbiotic relationship between rider and steed. The entire scene is a beautifully detailed historical rendition, capturing the essence of the Native American chief's role during that era. Crafted with expertise, the sculpture is handmade of 100% bronze, utilizing the ancient and revered "Lost Wax Method" for casting. The choice of a two-tone brown patina enhances the depth and authenticity of the piece, adding a nuanced texture to the surfaces. Resting atop a black marble base, the sculpture not only gains stability but also presents itself as a museum-worthy display. The artist Thomas's signature adds a final touch, signifying the authenticity of the work and the skilled craftsmanship that brings this historical narrative to contemporary viewers. This timeless and evocative sculpture promises to be a source of enjoyment and contemplation for many years to come.