1714. Mountain Man Bronze After Remington

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This ''Lost Wax'' casting of the original 1903 bronze creation by Frederick Remington captures the daily life of a trapper and his mount as they descend on an almost vertical slope. Man and horse work together to make the trip down the rocky decline, the horse given full reign to choose the path and the rider leaning sharply back with his gun across his legs, tugging on the rein with one hand and steadying himself with the other. The old Iroquois trapper and his horse cautiously continue their descent. This smaller size version is mounted to a dark gray marble plinth with plaque and facsimile Remington signature on the side of the rocky base. The sculpture measures 26 1/2'' x 17 1/2'', weighs just under 44 lbs. and there is a thin hairline crack in the plinth under the rear of the sculpture. [Due to size and fragility extra shipping will apply] (59019-9) (700/900) Sold For 977.50

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