A One Of A Kind Museum Quality Bronze Sculpture
Created for a private collector, This unique bronze sculpture depicts an 1890's plowboy travelling from Nebraska to the Southern Utah in an effort to start a new life. He stops at an isolated watering hole in order to fill his canteen and water his animals. While doing so, he sees in the distance an Indian hunting party, heading his way. In his hurried attempt to get away, he drops his canteen, gets tangled up in his stirrup as he tries to mount his frightened horse, all while trying to reach across for his pistol.
This realistically detailed sculpture is 16" tall, 23"Long by 8" wide, and weighs 32 pounds with the custom Mahogany base.
Copyright Ron Petitt 2014
PO Box 1992 Loveland, CO 80537