Artist Paul Manship, American, 1885-1966
Foundry Roman Bronze Works, N.Y., founded 1899, active 19th-20th century
  • Indian Shooting a Pronghorn Antelope
  • Indian
Date 1914
Medium bronze
Dimensions Overall: 13 inches (33 cm)
Overall (base): 10 1/4 × 8 1/4 inches (26 × 21 cm)
Credit Line Bequest of Dexter M. Ferry, Jr.
Accession Number 60.64.A
Department American Art before 1950
Not On View
Signed Signed and date, on base behind figure: Paul Manship c 1914
Inscriptions Inscribed, on base behind figure: Roman Bronze Works NY
1960-present, bequest to the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Sculpture of Paul Manship. Exh. cat., Detroit Museum of Art. Detroit, 1915, p. 3, no. 7.

A Retrospective Exhibition of Sculpture by Paul Manship. Exh. cat., Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C., 1958, p. 10.

Bulletin of the DIA 40, 1: pp. 16-17 (ill.).

Broder, P.J. Bronzes of the American West. New York, 1973, p. 286 (pl. 340, ill. of another example in MMA).

The Influence of Paris: European and American Sculpture 1830-1930. Exh. cat., Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, 1981, p. 27, cat. 2 (ill.).

Paul Manship: Changing Tastes in America. Exh. cat., Minnesota Museum of Art. Saint Paul, 1985, p. 136, no. 97 (ill. of another example in the Smithsonian).

Tolles, Thayer. American Sculpture in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Vol. 2: A Catalogue of Works by Artists Born Between 1865 and 1885. New York, 1999, pp. 751-752, no. 377, (ill. of another example in the MMA).