BRONZE NATIVE AMERICAN WITH PEACE PIPE,THE CALUMET by JACK LONG OSMER # 2 of 50

Category Art Art Sculptures

Current price $975.00

Listing type Chinese

Location Pompano Beach, Florida 330** US

Quantity sold 0

Quantity available 1

Bids 0

Seller goindianal (897)

Seller rating 100% positive feedback

Size Medium (up to 36in.)

Region Of Origin Prescott Az. U.S.A.

Artist Jack Long Osmer

Style Western American Plains

Quantity Type 2 OF 50

Medium Bronze

Date Of Creation 1990-1999

Type Statue

Features Signed

Width (Inches) 4.5 "

Color Earth Tones

Placement Table

Subject Peace

Culture Native American

Originality #2 of Only 50 Worldwide

Height (Inches) 14.5 "

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JACK LONG OSMER BRONZE TITLED THE CALUMET
NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN WITH PEACE PIPE
This Bronze created in 1990 is called the CALUMET. It is one of 4 that I will be selling over the next few months. The Calumet features a lone Native American offering a peace pipe. Jack Long Osmer paid full attention to detail which shows in his work. This piece is number 2 in a Worldwide run of only 50.The base is a large tastefully fashioned piece of finished wood. The statue is connected to the wood base. This is a genuine masterpiece and a credit to the incredible talent that Jack Osmer has and has always poured into his work.
The sheer attention to detail incorporated into this sculpture will make you proud to display it in your home. I am the original owner of this work and time has come that I have to thin out my collection. If there were any way that I could retain, and keep this masterpiece on display in my home I would do so. I hope that it brings you all the joy that it has brought me.
Please have a safe, healthy and prosperous New Year. I hope that your celebration was one to remember. This item will be shipped from an air conditioned, Corona and Smoke free Home in South Florida.
Naturally a C.O.A. will be provided to the buyer.
THE BRONZE BEING SOLD TODAY TITLED, "THE CALUMET" WILL BE SHIPPED IN A WOODEN CRATE WITH CARRY HANDLES. THERE WILL BE 3 SCREWS THAT NEED TO BE REMOVED FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE CRATE BEFORE THIS SCULPTURE WILL LIFT OUT. PLEASE BE CAREFUL.
The HUNTERS #11 of 20 is shown as the last picture in the gallery, and being assembled just below. It features a Native American Indian Brave riding on his horse with an American Eagle perched on his arm. This piece will be made available soon but is not part of this auction. This is a rare look at the artist working on Bronze titled "THE HUNTERS" that I will be offering for sale sometime in the near future.
The following information was submitted by the artist's wife Jacqueline Osmer and his great-grandson Brian Sult:
Fascinated by western history since he was a child, and of Arizona pioneer and Cherokee Indian heritage, Jack Osmer creates bronze sculptures and paintings in various media about historical western life. He was born on January 5, 1932 in Prescott, Arizona and maintains his residence and studio in Prescott and Dewey, Arizona.
Museums and Collections:
Cowboy Hall of Fame, Oklahoma City, OK.
Smithsonian Museum, Washington D.C
Pro Rodeo Hall of Champions, Colorado Springs,Colo.
3M Corporation, St.Paul, MN.
Diamond M Foundation, Art Museum Snyder,TX.
Marlboro Collection, Ri ... Displaying 750 of 4638 characters.
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