End of the Trail
Indian On Horse Sculpture
Another rendition of the classic, "End of the Trail",
this sculpture boasts detailed hand-painting and a detachable spear
and feather. Polyresin. Polyresin. 9 3/4" x 4 1/2" x 9
About The Famous
End Of The Trail Sculpture
The End Of The Trail is likely the most famous and popular sculptures
ever produced about American Indians. It has become the most familiar
sculptures of the American West. The End Of The Trail Sculpture
was originally developed by James Earle Fraser in 1894. He won the
Wanamaker Prize at the Paris (France) American Artists Association
in 1898. Fraser developed the End Of The Trial after his extensive
interactions with Native Americans during his childhood. He came
to believe that the Indians has bee treated unfairly by white man
and he developed a great compassion for them. The original End Of
The Trail Sculpture by James Earle Fraser is on display in the Cowboy
Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City where it has been since 1968.
Photo Of The Original Sculpture And Photo Of James Earle Fraser!
The Original End Of The Trail Stands 18 Feet Tall!
The Original Work Is Now On Display At The Cowboy
Hall Of Fame
The End Of The Trail
depicts an Indian with head down on a horse who has come to the
end of the trail which symbolizes the end of Indian worlds in America
as they knew it since white man took all the land away from Native
Americans. Native Americans truly have been fighting terrorism since
1492 but they started out with a very bad immigration policy!
End of the Trail Indian On Horse
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