Bronze American Western Southwest Bison Buffalo Art Deco Sculpture. This product description is originally written in English. Please find below an automatic translation in French. If you have any questions, please contact us.
This sculpture is in perfect condition. Bronze dimensions with marble base: Height 7.5" x Width 10" Marble dimensions: diameter 10" Height without base: 6.5" Weight: 9 lbs Inventory: 35YRD6684053. Witness the raw power and untamed spirit of the majestic Bison as it charges in this stunning bronze sculpture. With an unpredictable temperament, the peaceful behavior of the bison can instantly transform into a force of nature, charging at astonishing speeds of up to thirty-five miles per hour. Its formidable horns, beautifully captured in this sculpture, remind us of its potential for quick and powerful action.The attention to detail in the sculpture brings the massive skull of the bison to life, a natural ram in motion, embodying the primal force of a two-thousand-pound creature in swift motion. Each element of this sculpture highlights the potential for grace and destruction of the bison. The intricate craftsmanship of the sculpture captures the complex interplay of muscles and tendons as the bison propels forward, its hind legs poised for potential action. The two-tone brown and gold patina adds depth and dimension to the sculpture, enhancing its realistic presence and showcasing its remarkable details. Made using the venerable "lost wax method," this sculpture is not just a representation; it is a testament to the untamed spirit of the bison and the artist's dedication to capturing its essence. It proudly bears the signature of Barye, ensuring its authenticity and artistic value. Whether displayed as a captivating centerpiece or as part of a collection, this bronze sculpture immortalizes the untamed nature of the bison and serves as a powerful reminder of the forces that shape the natural world.
American Buffalo Bison Hot Cast Bronze Sculpture Statue Figure after Antoine Barye YRD-668 Bronzhaus. Paste the link into a browser window. Made using the venerable "lost wax method," this sculpture is not just a representation; it is a testament.