Harry Jackson (American, 1924-2011)
Iroquois Guide II
Signed and dated "© Harry Jackson 1980" in paint on the base; signed, dated, titled and numbered "© Harry Jackson 1980" and "IG II P 28P" and with the artist's foundry stamp and thumbprint incised in the bronze base.
Painted bronze, height 14 1/2 in. (36.7 cm), on a marble plinth with a presentation plaque.
Condition: Small surface loss to raccoon cap, scattered minor paint losses/abrasions, surface dust and dirt.
Provenance: The collection of Joseph Thomas Alvarez III, California.
N.B. In the sculptures created in preparation for the mural River, Road and Point, Harry Jackson wanted each to specifically act out in detail what they would be within the illusionary three-dimensional space of the mural. Here the rugged Iroquois guide, vigilant from beneath the folds of his red blanket, cradles his rifle as he trudges through snow which clings to his fur boots.
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