Figure of a squatting Indian chief in full headdress with his bow and arrows across his knee. Signed Massey Rhind, and dated 1919.
This bronze is after a marble statue In Philadelphia by John Massey Rhind of a Lenape indian chief, Tedyuscung, on what is imagined to be a sacred “Council Rock,” high above the Wissahickon Valley where the tribe used to live. Provenance: Sotheby’s New York
22 3/8” tall x 9 ½” wide x 12” deep
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