End of the Trail
a 21" tall version of an American classic. One of the most recognizeble works of art after the famous American artist James Earl Frazer. The End of the Trail is a sculpture depicting an American Indian warrior slumped over on his horse, located in Waupun, Wisconsin, United States and greets millions of visitors and its presence sets the tone of what the West and Cowboys represent. The sculpture represented the defeat of the North American Indian and a brave warrior sits atop his horse with head down spear pointed down and his horse as if to join in this humbling of subjects also joins his rider in symbolic gesture . Cast in lost wax bronze with apropriate hues and accents of brown patina. This sculpture sits on a marble base.