OOSI Sculpture

Indian Scout

1919 / J. Massey Rhind / Youngstown

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Life-sized bronze sculpture of a realistic American Indian wearing a 'wonderfully wrought war bonnet'. The figure proudly kneels on a stone pedestal in front of The Butler Institute of American Art. The institute contains the second largest collection of Native American paintings in the country and was the first built to hold a collection of American works.

Location: Youngstown, OH , 524 Wick Avenue
| Previous Location: Inside of the Butler Institute of American Art

County

: Mahoning County

Citation

: J. Massey Rhind, “ Indian Scout,” Ohio Outdoor Sculpture Inventory, accessed August 26, 2019, http://oosi.sculpturecenter.org/items/show/1568.

Dublin Core

Title

Indian Scout

Description

Life-sized bronze sculpture of a realistic American Indian wearing a 'wonderfully wrought war bonnet'. The figure proudly kneels on a stone pedestal in front of The Butler Institute of American Art. The institute contains the second largest collection of Native American paintings in the country and was the first built to hold a collection of American works.

Creator

Date

1919

Source

Letters of correspondence between J. Massey Rhind and J.G Butler Jr in which they discussed the sculpture and the opening of the Butler Institute in October of 1919. (recieved from the Butler Institute of American Art)

Sculpture Item Type Metadata

Location City

Location County

Location Previous

Inside of the Butler Institute of American Art

Location Site

Youngstown, OH

Location Street

524 Wick Avenue