By Frederic Remington, 1902
One of the rarer of Frederic Remington's 22 bronze sculptures, The Buffalo Signal was created by the artist as a gift for a young friend with the agreement that only one cast would be made.
Remington's sculpture captures a Native American warrior sitting triumphantly atop his horse, chin raised defiantly and with an intense stare. The hide of a slain buffalo raised high signals victory. His horse lifts its front hoof and hind leg in recognition of the shared glory.
Cast in the traditional "Lost Wax Process" with magnificent patina finishes that are hand-applied highlights that create natural variations in texture and color and then hand-rubbed to bring out the awesome detail and highlights, making a unique and lasting sculpture that is an original work of art.
This renders that no two statues are exactly alike. The Artist's signature is signed on the bronze base. This beautiful reproduction statue is mounted on a high quality green marble base with an etched brass plate.
Dimensions: 12 L x 18 H x 6 W (inches)