Indian Chief and SquawsArtist: Porter, Raymond Averill
Time Period: 1912
Dimensions: 11" high x 9.625" wide
Type of Work: Sculpture
Price: $500 Plus shipping and insurance
This rare bas relief featuring American Indian figures was sculpted by one of Boston's most proflic sculptors -- Raymond Porter. After graduating from the Boston Museum School of Fine Art, Porter went on to exhibit across the East Coast and Midwest, and created a wide range of public scuptures in Massachusetts, Vermont and Virginia. This piece, finely crafted of repousse copper with a dark bronze patina, depicts a dignified, age-creased Indian chief lifting a bundle of corn to the heavens, surrounded by three kneeling squaws and a child.
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