Bronze Sculpture, "Ranch Trail", by James Regimbal, Limited Edition, Made to Order, #991

$ 8,000.00

Western Decor

991. Description: Bronze Sculpture, "Ranch Trail", by James Regimbal. Made to order. This is an amazing piece with its classical style in bronze. Its the lead rider from the large pack train, "Highway to home". He's simply leading out his pack horse with a large elk horn over the panners, showing a successful hunt. A true composition of what still goes on in our wild country today.

Dimensions: 23'' long X 12'' high X 6'' deep

All orders require 1/3 down. Deposits are not refundable once the order is placed. When the bronze sculpture is cast and ready for shipping, the balance is due before the bronze is shipped. Once ordered, twelve to fifteen weeks is standard for art foundry's, and sometimes it could take two to three weeks longer if foundry's get behind on work loads. Special colored patinas are offered to collectors if requested before hand. All bronzes come with a studio certificate of authenticity, signed by the artist.
Artist: James Regimbal strives to pass on the true story of our American heritage through his bronze sculpture. According to James:

"Only the best of my work is good enough to be cast in bronze. Work that has been fully designed and completely executed should have this liberty. It's not the cost of bronze itself, though very expensive to have cast, but the everlasting life and beauty of bronze. Knowing that in years to come these sculptures will still be in existence and appreciated, passing on a true story of our heritage. The demand we put on creating excellence today is to show our selves and future generations. The work that has been completed in this life long collection is a culmination of decades of genuine American creativity, craftsmanship ,labor and talent. Like in the past, as in European country's the artist and craftsmen would work without seeming end. Time wasn't of the essence, but quality, accuracy and demand for excellence was always present in those days.

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