End of the Trail is the iconic symbol of the American Southwest. Although most believe this sculpture was created by a Native American Artist, it was actually produced by a white artist named James Earl Fraser, to depict the transformation of a proud, spiritual people into the next century.
Although a small sculpture was first produced in the 1890's the statue that is so recognizable today was created, using the original as a model, for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition. The original now stands on display in the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
This statuette piece measures 14 inches in length, including the base, and is 12 inches in height. The piece is mounted on a polished steel base. It is cut from 12 gauge (1/8 inch) hot roll steel then painted with automotive grade primer & paints then finished with an automotive grade clear coat. Paints are UV protected making it suitable for outdoor as well as indoor display. As with most of our pieces, we can replicate this piece in any size you wish, please contact us for pricing on larger pieces.
Unless requested by the Customer BMMA does not use clip art or purchased designs. As with most of our pieces, this is an original Copyrighted© BMMA in-house design. This is an heirloom quality piece that will be handed down for generations to come.
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