View: In situ
Object Place: Johnston, Rhode Island
Overall: 142.2 x 88.9 cm (56 x 35 in.) Overall (footprint of base): 126 x 101.3 cm (49 5/8 x 39 7/8 in.)
Medium or Technique
State Street Corporation Fenway Entrance (Entrance EX11)
Part of a group with Manship’s “Pronghorn Antelope.” A Native American man, draped in animal skin, crouches and holds his bow, having just released an arrow.
"Paul Manship, copyright circle 1917, cast SLS 2002"
2001, cast after an original by Paul Manship at the Mead Art Museum, Amherst College, for Graham and Ann Gund, Cambridge; 2011, gift of Graham and Ann Gund to the MFA. (Accession Date: June 22, 2011)
In 1917, an original pair of sculptures "Indian Hunter" and "Pronghorn Antelope" were commissioned from the artist by Herbert L. Pratt of Glen Cove, N.Y.; in 1945 these were bequeathed from Pratt's estate to the Mead Art Museum of Amherst College. In 2001, Amherst College entered an agreement with Graham Gund to permit an edition of two to be made from the original sculptures, with the condition that they would be donated to charitable institutions.
Gift of Ann and Graham Gund
Reproduced with permission.