Don Polland "When War Chiefs Meet" pewter Chillmark sculpture of now available for purchase at Sculpture Collector
"When War Chiefs Meet"
Limited Edition ...969/2500
Size . . 8-1/2"L x 5"H
by Don Polland
Please notice how the detail on this piece as only Don Polland can do!
Original owner, excellent condition - great value - add this important Don Polland sculpture your collection
Don Polland Donald Jack Polland (1932-2003)
Don Polland was born in Los Angeles in 1932 and is a sculptor of Western figures in miniature bronzes. When he was fifteen, he became a stable boy on a thoroughbred farm. A jockey for two years, he quit because he “had a terrible fondness for eating which jockeys weren’t allowed to do much of.”
He had modeled in clay as a child, and through the years continued toward his goal of preserving the Old West and the Civil War in art while he served in the Navy, and then was an electrician, farmer, commercial artist, tool designer, art director, and a teacher in his own art school.
In addition, he also studied modeling, mold making, and foundry practices on his own. In 1966, he was influenced toward four to six inch high miniature bronzes. His work is in the Whitney Gallery of the Buffalo Bill Historical Museum in Cody, Wyoming; the C. M. Russell Museum in Great Falls, Montana; and the Montana Historical Society in Helena, Montana.