Journey's End Sculpture.
The Native American straddles the bare back of his exhausted horse at journey's end. The man's head hangs down towards the back of the horse, his braids fall to the side. Under his right arm is a long spear. The edge points to the ground and the shaft extends well above his back as he grips it in his hand on this Native American sculpture.
His horse is represented resting with all four hooves planted on the bumpy path below. The horse's head also hangs down, faced to the ground, with tired dark eyes and a closed mouth.
The deep blacks and brighter oranges of the antique copper creates a shadowy depth to this sculpture of a man and horse at the end of a long journey or spirited hunt.
This pose is frequently named End of Trail. You can personalize this statue with a plaque on the base.
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|Dimensions||8 inch W x 13 inch H|