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Douglas Howland

1946 -
Sculptor
Origin: United States
Born: 1946, Hermiston, Oregon

Of Native American descent, Doug Hyde creates life-size sculptures of human and animal figures in stone and bronze. The artist is of Nez Perce, Assiniboine, and Chippewa ancestry, but he creates figures from many tribes and locations after doing extensive research concerning his subjects. Animals make up a large part of his oeuvre as imagery from the stories he heard as a child from his grandfather. Much of his work is commissioned by city governments and organizations in order to commemorate an event or people. While his work is realistic and authentically detailed, some of his sculptures are somewhat stylized as well.

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Buffalo Gal
2002, Marble
Douglas Howland
United States, 1946 -