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War Party AKA Indian Attack, Finest US Lost Wax Bronze Sculpture by Carl Kauba

Original price was: $1,500.00.Current price is: $1,300.00.

War Party Bronze by Karl Kauba (Vienna 19th Century). This long panoramic bronze sculpture shows five Indians on horseback charging forward with guns and tomahawks raised up over their heads as to charge against their opponents to vanquish them. A great depiction of the start of an Indian War. Signed on the bottom bronze base Carl Kauba. The bronze is all chocolate brown color & rests on a black marble base. Can be colorizeds for an additional cost. Bronze dimensions: Height 10″ x Length 30″x 6″W.  Weight approximately 90 lbs. All dimensions are approximate.

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War Party Bronze by Karl Kauba (Vienna 19th Century). This long panoramic bronze sculpture shows five Indians on horseback charging forward with guns and tomahawks raised up over their heads as to charge against their opponents to vanquish them. A great depiction of the start of an Indian War. Signed on the bottom bronze base Carl Kauba. The bronze is all chocolate brown color & rests on a black marble base, can be colorized for an additional cost, contact us. Bronze dimensions: Height 14″ x Length 41″ x Width 9″.  Weight approximately 90 lbs. All dimensions are approximate.

Please Note: This Statue will be made to order especially for you. Please allow 4-6 weeks for production and delivery.

About the artist:

Carl Kauba was born August 13, 1865 in Vienna, Austria. The son of a shoemaker, Kauba chose to follow his calling into the world of art. Collectors now rank him in a class with Remington and Russell as one of the great portrayers of American Western. His subjects were typically American Indians, calvarymen, cowboys, and roughriders. Carl Kauba’s interest in the West was piqued by the tales of German author Karl May, whose stories of “Winnetou,” a fictional Apache chief, and his white brother “Old Shatterhand” captured the imagination of the young artist. Kauba traveled throughout the West making sketches and models, casting his pieces at the Roman Bronze Works, the same foundry used by renowned sculptors Frederic Remington (1861-1909), Charles Schreyvogel (1861-1912) and Charles Marion Russell (1864-1926). Kauba’s work is known for its intricate detail and variety of textures, both of which are apparent in this exclusive bronze sculpture. The feathered headdresses, the detailed costumes, and the taught reigns are just a few of the details that make this dynamic sculpture come to life. Mounted on a fine marble base and signed “C. Kauba” on base of bronze. Dimensions: 30″L x 6″W x by 10″H.

This statue is made to order, please allow 4-6 weeks for completion and delivery. No APO/FPO or PO Boxes, please!

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