Native American on Horse “on the Hunt” Statue
Native American on Horse Statue, hand-cast using real crushed stone bonded with high quality designer resin and hand-painted by artisan. When horse and rider hunt together, artistic synergy joins the dance. The classic Native American hunter and his muscular steed are captured at the dramatic moment when arrow readies to leave bow. Cast in quality designer resin to capture each exquisite detail, this work of art is then hand painted to coax out finely rendered feathers, features and finishes. This truly amazing sculpture is set atop a wood base for proud gallery, and is inspired by traditional southwest art by the native americans. From the beginning, Native American peoples had many ways of getting food, the techniques usually depended on their tribe and area. The methods include hunting, trapping, fishing, gathering and farming.
Primarily the males would go out to hunt and the women would then clean the animal, prepare it for cooking, storing, and for other resources. Native American would use the animal for not only food but for things like clothing, weapons, tools and other useful objects. Majority of the tribes got their food from hunting big and small game. Aboriginals from the Great Plains, like Cree for example relied on hunting Bison. Because of the Bison being such a large animal, the Cree would lead the bison off a cliff. There was also more conventional hunting methods like using a bow and arrows, spears, tomahawks, snares and traps. The men from the tribe would go out on hunts to get large game like deer, moose, caribou, elk, buffalo, and bear as well as small game like rabbits, beaver, and muskrat. They would also hunt turkey, ducks and other fowl. Native American on the Hunt Statue measures: 6 inches / 15 cm x 17 inches / 43 cm x 17.5 inches / 44.5 cm.
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