Harry Jackson "Lone Hand" a famous Western Bronze Sculpture depicting a Cowboy on Horseback Sculpture available now at Sculpture Collector

Harry Jackson Lone Hand western bronze cowboy on horseback Sculpture for Sale at Sculpture Collector

"Lone Hand"
Limited Edition . . 37/40
Bronze
1961
Size . .16.75"W 15"H x 5.75"D in
(approx) weight 40 kg
by Harry Jackson
excellent condition

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This Famous & Rare Western Bronze Sculpture by Harry Jackson depicting a Cowboy on Horseback is available now.
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Harry Jackson Lone Hand western bronze cowboy on horseback Sculpture for Sale at Sculpture Collector


Harry Jackson Lone Hand western bronze cowboy on horseback Sculpture for Sale at Sculpture Collector


Harry Jackson Lone Hand western bronze cowboy on horseback Sculpture for Sale at Sculpture Collector


Harry Jackson Lone Hand western bronze sculpture cowboy on horseback available now at Sculpture Collector


Harry Jackson Lone Hand western bronze sculpture cowboy on horseback available now at Sculpture Collector


Harry Jackson Lone Hand western bronze sculpture cowboy on horseback available now at Sculpture Collector


Harry Jackson Lone Hand western bronze sculpture cowboy on horseback available now at Sculpture Collector


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Harry Jackson

April 18, 1924 – April 25, 2011

1961•64

Buys land in Camaiore, Italy, where he builds a studio and house in 1961 and workshop and foundry in 1964. Meets Thomas Hart Benton in Kansas City, Missouri. One-man show at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, Texas, in 1961. Divorced from Joan in 1962 after five years’ separation. Marries Sarah Mason. Bronze monument of Roman poet-folksinger Sor Capanna for the Piazza dei Mercanti, Rome, dedicated in 1963. Befriends Paul Manship, who sponsors him for National Sculpture Society. Completes Range Burial painting which in 1964 is central work in major one-man shows at the Kennedy Galleries, New York; the National Collection of Fine Arts, Washington, D.C.; and the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, Cody. Commissioned by Richard King Mellon Foundation to do major mural and mosaics, River, Road and Point, for the Fort Pitt Museum, Pittsburgh.

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This sculpture is in excellent condition.

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