"Wounded Bull" - Native American Buffalo Hunt
Bronze Sculpture by James Marsico
This multi (no two are exactly alike) OR traditional brown patina bronze (patiana is your choice!) is 17" long by 13 1/2" high by 9" wide. This masterwork timeless western art sculpture is a limited edition of 25 with one only artists proof. $3600. Thank you!
Be sure to read the exciting story below that inspired this sculpture.
"The Indians in these parts are all mounted on small, but serviceable horses, which are caught by them on the prairies, where they are often running wild in numerous bands. The Indian, then, mounted on his little wild horse, which has been through some years of training, dashes off at full speed amongst the herds of buffalo, elk, or even antelope and deals his deadly arrows or lance to their hearts from his horses back.
In the case of the buffalo, or other animal, the Indian generally "strips" himself and his horse, by throwing off his shield and quiver, and every part of his dress, which might be of a encumbrance to him in running; grasping his bow in his left hand, with five or six arrows drawn from his quiver, and ready for instant use. Or just his lance. In his right hand (or attached to his wrist)is a heavy whip, which he uses without mercy, and forces his horse along side of his game at the swiftest speed. continued....see photo #2
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