Bronze reproduction of "The Cheyenne" (1901) by FREDERIC REMINGTON (1861-1909) an American artist best known for images of the cowboys, soldiers and Native Americans of the Old West. This statue depicts an Indian brave riding on a horse mounted on a marble base. The artist's name is inscribed on the base and there is a title plaque. It measures approximately 9x9 and ships free in the US. In 1895, Remington began to make sculptures, producing 22 different subjects. He worked in clay. The clay model for Cheyenne was cast in bronze at Roman Bronze Works, N.Y., which employed the lost wax casting method.