Austin Barton "Summer Morning & Solitude" a pair bronze sculptures of an Native American Indians available from Sculpture Collector

Austin Barton Summer Morning & Solitude bronze sculpture of an Native American Indians available from Sculpture Collector

"Summer Morning & Solitude"
1989
Limited Edition Bronze of 30
Solitude 9 of 30 - Summer Morning 24 of 30
Size . . . 27"H
by Austin Barton
pristine condition
Rarely do collectible sculptures like Summer Morning & Solitude not only significant sculptures, but so rare to become available
Please notice the old world master detail of these pieces, Very Unique Offering!
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Austin Barton Summer Morning & Solitude bronze sculpture of an Native American Indians (left side view) available from Sculpture Collector


Austin Barton Summer Morning & Solitude bronze sculpture of an Native American Indians (right side view) available from Sculpture Collector


Austin Barton Summer Morning & Solitude bronze sculpture of an Native American Indians (rear view) available from Sculpture Collector


Solitude by Austin Barton bronze sculptor of Native American available now at Sculpture Collector


Solitude by Austin Barton bronze sculptor of Native American available now at Sculpture CollectorSummer Morning by Austin Barton bronze sculptor of Native American available now at Sculpture Collector


Summer Morning by Austin Barton bronze sculptor of Native American available now at Sculpture Collector


Austin Barton Summer Morning bronze sculpture of an Native American Indian (rear view) available from Sculpture Collector


Austin Barton

Austin Barton was raised in the Snake River and Wallowa Valleys of Northeastern Oregon. Breaking horses and working on farms and ranches he acquired an intimate knowledge of the western way of life. He earned a living in those days, but even as a young boy, Austin's dream was to become an artist.

Austin's love of the west is reflected in his work and by nature he is drawn to sculpt images of the American Cowboy and their Horses. Indian, Wildlife and other works such as "Tuesday's Child" also show just what a great sculptor he is on any level.

With Austin"s exceptional talent and attention to detail, he quickly made a place for himself in the international bronze market. His impressive sculptures can be found in many private and corporate collections

After a tour in the Navy during WWII and later completing commercial art school, Austin spent 20 years as a fashion and merchandise illustrator at a well-known outlet, working his way up to the head of the art department.

In 1984, he gave up advertising art, trying his hand at painting, before deciding sculpture was where his talent lay. He cast his first piece in 1985, at the age of 56. In a matter of a few years, Barton's work was in high demand; one of his editions sold out in less than a year.

Austin Barton's love of nature and his natural gift for form and feeling have made his Western, Indian and Wildlife Sculptures, in the opinion of some, "rivals of the old masters".

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