Famous Outdoor Garden Decoration Bronze Indian Hunter Sculpture
|Description:||In some TV dramas, it is often seen that some hunters go hunting in the jungle with bows and arrows and their dogs. They live by hunting animals and exchanging them for money. Take a look at this Indian Hunter sculpture. The man was naked, arrow in hand, holding his dog in one hand and looking into the distance. They’ve spotted their prey, and they’re ready to strike. This famous Indian Hunter sculpture is perfect for your garden.|
|SIZE:||Life-size or custom-made depends on your preference.|
|TECHNOLOGY:||Lost-wax casting process.|
|PACKING:||Generally soft and waterproof plastic inside, wooden cases/ iron box for outside.|
Indian Hunter Sculpture Details Description:
The Indian Hunter sculpture is an outdoor bronze sculpture by John Quincy Adams Ward, located in Manhattan’s Central Park, New York. It was cast in bronze in L.A. Amouroux, New York, in 1866 and cost $10,000. It was exhibited at the Paris Exposition in 1867 and was later presented to New York City, where it was unveiled. February 4th, 1869. The statue was the first sculpture created in Central Park by an American artist at the age of 11. The Committee of Eminent Persons of New York commissioned Ward to create this work for the park, based on a smaller version he produced. When The Indian Hunter was dedicated to the park in 1869, it was lauded as an example of the American art form and contributed to Ward’s status as one of the most famous sculptors in the Country. Ward’s depiction was notable because it broke with the typical representational sculptural approach of the time, which represented idealized classical figures. To make the sculptures, Ward traveled to what was then the Dakotas to observe Native American life, attempting to represent his subjects with naturalism and emotion. If you are interested in this Indian Hunter sculpture, welcome to contact Aongking. Aongking can also custom any sculptures for you.
In some TV dramas, it is often seen that some hunters go hunting in the jungle with bows and arrows and their dogs. They live by hunting animals and exchanging them for money. Take a look at this Indian Hunter sculpture. The man was naked, arrow in hand, holding his dog in one hand and looking into the distance. They’ve spotted their prey, and they’re ready to strike. This famous Indian Hunter sculpture is perfect for your garden.
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Visual Production Flow
|1. Confirming the design (3D mold/ Pictures/ drawing/ photos).|
|2. Making 1:1 clay mold according to design. Modify any details till confirmed.|
|3. Cast metal material by lost wax process casting.|
|4. Welding and polishing the surface and patina color.|
|5. Finished sculpture and take all different views pictures/ videos show to clients…|
|6. Packing into wooden cases and shipping after clients are satisfied with sculptures.|
Packaging & Shipping
|Packaging:||Inside: soft plastic foam/ blanket.|
|Outside: strong wooden cases or iron frame boxes.|
|Shipping:||1. By sea (Special for life-size sculptures and large sculptures).|
|2. By air (Special for small sculptures or when clients need the sculpture very urgently).|
|3. By express delivery DHL, TNT, UPS, or FedEx. (Door-to-door delivery, about 3-7 days can reach).|
|4. Door-to-door service.|
|Please kindly contact us! We will depend on your sculpture and local situation, find the best delivery way for your reference.|
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