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Hugh Glass was a hunter, trapper and explorer. Hunting for game near the Grand River Valley in 1823, he was severely injured after being attacked by a grizzly bear watching over her two cubs. His injuries were so bad it was doubtful he would survive. Despite having to later the set the bone of his own leg, Glass walked over 200 miles back to his camp area of Fort Kiowa, living off the land. Glass is depicted wearing his trademark fur hat that he apparently wore at the time. The 75mm vignette is based during the early stages of the attack before the bear was killed by members of the hunting party, and was scratch built entirely from magic sculpt, before being painted in acrylics. This small sculpture is based on events during the early stages of the attack, before the bear was killed by members of the hunting party, and was sculpted entirely from epoxy putty before being hand painted in acrylics. The sculpture should ideally be housed in a glass cabinet to protect from dust and the elements.

The Fate of Glass

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308-41805
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Delivery time: 3-5 working days
  • Size: 14 x 16.5 x 11.4 cm (5.5 x 6.5 x 4.5 inches)
  • Epoxy putty
  • One-Off / Ready to Send
  • No Frame Required

About the artwork

Hugh Glass was a hunter, trapper and explorer. Hunting for game near the Grand River Valley in 1823, he was severely injured after being attacked by a grizzly bear watching over her two cubs. His injuries were so bad it was doubtful he would survive. Despite having to later the set the bone of his own leg, Glass walked over 200 miles back to his camp area of Fort Kiowa, living off the land. Glass is depicted wearing his trademark fur hat that he apparently wore at the time. The 75mm vignette is based during the early stages of the attack before the bear was killed by members of the hunting party, and was scratch built entirely from magic sculpt, before being painted in acrylics. This small sculpture is based on events during the early stages of the attack, before the bear was killed by members of the hunting party, and was sculpted entirely from epoxy putty before being hand painted in acrylics. The sculpture should ideally be housed in a glass cabinet to protect from dust and the elements.

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Art2Arts are pleased to offer 10 months interest-free credit* through Arts Council England's Own Art interest free loan scheme. You can purchase any artwork on the site as long as the order value is between £100 - £2500 you can spread the cost over 10 monthly instalments. Simply add the artwork to your basket and select 'Own Art' at checkout, we will send you an application to complete shortly after

The artwork will be sent as soon as the application has been accepted and e-signed.

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Mark Robert Haywood

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I'm a figurative artist and miniature figure sculptor / painter. My work is heavily influenced by music, film and people, and capturing a strong sense of drama and atmosphere. Be it through the pose, expression or composition, my oil paintings transport the viewer directly to the scene of the image - work at the canvas isn't complete until I can hear the musician bellow out the vocals. My work is created using the highest quality artists materials - ensuring you have a unique piece of professionally crafted artwork direct from the studio. If you're looking for something mass produced or made with cheap materials, you're in the wrong place. . Bold perspective, dynamic composition and strong values are all balanced with visible brushstroke... (see more)

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