End of the Trail, Finest US Lost Wax Sculpture by James E. Fraser ~ Medium

$395.00

This statue is reproduced in the purest American bronze, cast in a brown patina and then hand-rubbed to bring out detail and highlights. The statue is then mounted on a fine marble base with an etched brass nameplate. Please allow 4-6 weeks for completion & delivery.

Dimensions: 13″H x 11″L x 5.25″W All dimensions are approximate.

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End of the Trail by James Earl Fraser – Medium

The End of the Trail, James Earle Fraser’s best known sculpture, has come to symbolize the decimation of the Native American population due to the westward expansion. In 1893, the year of the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago, the 15-year old Fraser, then a student of the Art Institute, produced the first version of this bronze sculpture. [The Art Institute sculpture is later modeled and cast] A melancholic commentary on the vanishing Indian, the work portrays an exhausted Sioux drooping on his equally weary pony, both rider and horse, have literally – and figuratively – have reached the end of the trail…

This statue is reproduced in the purest American bronze, cast in a brown patina and then hand-rubbed to bring out detail and highlights. The statue is then mounted on a fine marble base with an etched brass nameplate. Please allow 4-6 weeks for completion & delivery.

Dimensions: 13″H x 11″L x 5.25″W All dimensions are approximate.

 

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Dimensions 11 × 5.25 × 13 in

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