Historical Sculptures and monuments by Ron Tunison
P.O. Box 141, Cairo, New York, 12413 - TEL (518) 622-3508 email

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RON TUNISON
Collectible Sculptures

Robert E. Lee
Joshua Chamberlain

Recognized internationally for his outstanding sculpting talent, Ron Tunison makes available through his own HISTORICAL SCULPTURES fine bronze castings for the discriminating Civil War collector. These museum quality castings are made in the USA in molds made from his original clay sculptures. Each exquisite piece is hand numbered in a limited edition by Mr. Tunison who oversees every aspect of production. True life-like realism and extraordinary minute detail are the trademark of Tunison sculpture. Years of research and study guarantee historical accuracy and authenticity in every aspect including military accoutrements, uniforms, period, setting and event. A genuine likeness in the portrayal of the individual personalities makes each face instantly recognizable. Whether Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, Nathan B. Forrest or Joshua Chamberlain to name a few, there is no mistaking the man.

Available in cold-cast bronze, hot-cast bronze, artist-proof or hand-painted in oils, there is a limited edition Tunison sculpture for every collection and price range. Please call or write HISTORICAL SCULPTURES to order the sculptures pictured.We accept M.C., VISA, personal checks or money orders. HISTORICAL SCULPTURES, P.O. Box 141, Cairo, NY 12413 (518)622-3508.


Introducing A New Sculpture …


Napoleon I (1769~1821) crowned himself Emperor of the French and created an empire that covered most of western and central Europe. He was the greatest military genius of his time. Napoleon’s armies crushed one foe after another until he seemed invincible. This exquisite sculpture of the Emperor embodies all facets of the masterful sculpting talents of internationally acclaimed sculptor Ron Tunison. Measuring 14” in height, including the solid wood base with engraved brass plaque, and 11” long, Napoleon sits astride his Arabian mount Marengo.

Each Sculpture
Price
Cold-Cast Bronze, Limited Edition 350 $475.00 + $20 S/H
Artist-Proof, CCB, Limited Edition 15 $575.00 + $20 S/H
Hand-Painted, Limited Edition 5 $4,500.00 + $35 S/H
Hot-Cast Bronze, Limited Edition 25 $5,995.00 + $35 S/H

To Order Write or Call HISTORICAL SCULPTURES
P.O. Box 141, Cairo, New York 12413 (518) 622-3508
We accept M.C., VISA, personal checks or money orders.


Joshua L. Chamberlain, 1865

“ Joshua L. Chamberlain, 1865”

This exquisitely detailed fine quality sculpture by Ron Tunison portrays the General astride his warhorse
Charlemagne on route to Appomattox courthouse, April 1865, to receive the Confederate surrender.

Each Sculpture
Price
Cold-Cast Bronze Patina Finish Ed.400 $435.00+S/H$20
Artist-Proof C.C. Bronze Patina Ed.25 $535.00+S/H$20
Hand-Painted C.C. Bronze Ed.5 $4,500.00+S/H$35
Hot-Cast Bronze Patina Finish Ed.25 $5,995.00+S/H$35

Height: approx.14”inc.solid walnut base w/engraved brass plaque / Length: approx.10 ½”

TO ORDER this outstanding bronze by America’s foremost
Civil War sculptor, renowned for his remarkable realism and
Historical authenticity both in collectible and monumental scale
Call or Write HISTORICAL SCULPTURES
P.O. Box 141, Cairo, NY 12413 (518) 622-3508


U.S.A. DRUMMER BOY
C.S.A. DRUMMER BOY
U.S.A. DRUMMER BOY and C.S.A. DRUMMER BOY
by RON TUNISON
The height is approximately 12” including the walnut hardwood base with an engraved brass plaque bearing the title of the piece and the name of the sculptor. A Collector Certificate signed by Ron Tunison with the edition number accompanies each sculpture.
Each Sculpture
Price
Cold-Cast Bronze, Edition 350
$350.00 + S/H $20 (USA)
Artist-Proof Cold-Cast Bronze, Edition 350
$395.00 + S/H $20 (USA)
Hand-Painted in oils, Edition 5
$3,600.00 + S/H $35 (USA)
Hot-Cast Bronze, Edition 25
$4,500.00 + S/H $35 (USA)
Please call or write HISTORICAL SCULPTURES to order the sculptures pictured.We accept M.C., VISA, personal checks or money orders. HISTORICAL SCULPTURES, P.O. Box 141, Cairo, NY 12413
(518)622-3508.

During the American Civil War 1861-1865, soldiers were awakened, called to meals, retired for the evening and marched into battle all to the sound of a drum call. Every company had at least one drummer boy and it was his job to keep the army moving. Tunison’s sculptures of a U.S.A. Drummer Boy and a C.S.A. Drummer Boy depict young men of about fourteen years of age. While sculpting the clay figures for casting, Tunison’s sons posed for him in period clothing holding an authentically recreated period drum. One son, a drummer and only fourteen, participates actively in reenactments with the 125th NY Regiment Association as a Union drummer. The average age of a drummer was a youth to an eighteen year old and sometimes even older. Civil War drummers received pay of $12 monthly which was $1 less than an infantry private received. They were generally excused from fatigue duty and during combat they served in the rear as stretcher-bearers. Their role was an important and necessary one in both armies as they faced the same dangers and daily hardships of their comrades in the infantry.

The authentic period clothing and historical accuracy of these drummers is a recognized trademark of Tunison sculptures. The detail and realism in their expression is unrivaled. Each carries the standard issue side drum of a maple shell, skin head and snares.



THE MEN THEY FOLLOWED

“THE MEN THEY FOLLOWED”
A complete series of twelve busts commemorating powerful leaders in
America’s Civil War 1861 ~ 1865 by world renowned sculptor Ron Tunison.

Photo Shows:
Top l. to r.; George A. Custer (U.S.), J.E.B. Stuart (C.S.A.), Maj. John Mosby (C.S.A.)
Middle l. to r.; Gen. W.S. Hancock (U.S.), Gen. Chamberlain (U.S.),
Gen. George Pickett (C.S.A.), Nathan B. Forrest (C.S.A.)
Bottom l. to r.; Abraham Lincoln (U.S.), U.S. Grant (U.S.), Stonewall Jackson (C.S.A.)
Gen. Longstreet (C.S.A.), Robert E. Lee (C.S.A.)

The sculptures each measure 8 – 9” in height including the base that is cast as one piece with the bust. Available in either hot-cast bronze or solid cold-cast bronze that is a unique sculptor’s compound of powdered bronze and resins which captures every exquisite detail. The busts are sold individually and are accompanied by a Collector Certificate of Authenticity bearing the special edition number of the sculpture and signed by Ron Tunison.

HISTORICAL SCULPTURES offers you this fine quality series of bronze busts commemorating powerful leaders of the Civil War. Each portrays a superb likeness and captures with great detail these distinctive personalities through the masterful sculpting abilities of Ron Tunison. His international reputation as an outstanding historical sculptor is resplendent with such extraordinary works as his four bronze monuments on the Gettysburg, PA National battlefield. “The Irish Brigade Monument” by Tunison is on the Antietam, MD National battlefield and another “The Bivouac” is at The Museum of the Civil War Soldier in Pamplin Historical Park near Petersburg, VA.

Each Sculpture Price
Cold-Cast Bronze, Edition 350
$250.00 + $15 S/H (USA)
Artist-Proof Cold-Cast Bronze, Edition 10
SOLD-OUT
Hand-Painted Cold-Cast Bronze,
Edition 5
$1,995.00 + $25 S/H (USA)
Hot-Cast Bronze, Edition 25
$1,950.00 + $25 S/H (USA)

***The Cold-Cast Bronze bust of
Gen. Chamberlain and Stonewall Jackson is SOLD-OUT.
The Gen. Chamberlain bust is still available in Hot-Cast Bronze.

Please call or write HISTORICAL SCULPTURES to order the sculptures pictured.We accept M.C., VISA, personal checks or money orders. HISTORICAL SCULPTURES, P.O. Box 141, Cairo, NY 12413
(518)622-3508.


THAT DEVIL FORREST

“THAT DEVIL FORREST”
by RON TUNISON

This fine bronze sculpture features the brilliant Confederate cavalry leader Nathan Bedford Forrest on his favorite mount “King Philip”. By 1864 Gen. Forrest developed raiding tactics that turned his cavalry into a fearsome striking force, inspiring his men to victory by riding out in the forefront of every charge.

The photo shows the original clay sculpture. The bronze castings are without the metal support rod shown. The height including the solid walnut wood base is approx. 13”.

Each Sculpture Price
Cold-Cast Bronze, Edition 400
$450.00 + $20 S/H (USA)
Artist-Proof Cold-Cast Bronze, Edition 25
$550.00 + $20 S/H (USA)
Hand-Painted Cold-Cast, Edition 5
$4,500.00 + $35 S/H (USA)
Hot-Cast Bronze, Edition 25
$5,995.00 + $35 S/H (USA)

Please call or write HISTORICAL SCULPTURES to order the sculptures pictured.We accept M.C., VISA, personal checks or money orders. HISTORICAL SCULPTURES, P.O. Box 141, Cairo, NY 12413
(518)622-3508.



STONEWALL JACKSON

“STONEWALL JACKSON, Cedar Mt.
by RON TUNISON

Stonewall Jackson riding “Little Sorrell” is depicted as he rallies his retreating army during the thick of the fighting at Cedar Mountain on August 9th, 1862. Seizing a battle flag in one hand and waving his scabbard with the other, the sword too rusted to remove, he shouts to his men, “Jackson is with you!” A new battle line is formed and the Union advance is halted thereby helping to win the battle.

The sculpture measures approx. 14 ¾” in height including the solid walnut wood base complete with brass plaque engraved with the title and sculptor Ron Tunison’s name.

Each Sculpture Price
Cold-Cast Bronze, Edition 350
$415.00 + $20 S/H (USA)
Artist-Proof Cold-Cast Bronze, Edition 25
$495.00 + $20 S/H (USA)
Hand-Painted Cold-Cast Bronze, Edition 5
$4,500.00 + $35 S/H (USA)
Hot-Cast Bronze, Edition 25
$5,995.00 + $35 S/H (USA)

Please call or write HISTORICAL SCULPTURES to order the sculptures pictured.We accept M.C., VISA, personal checks or money orders. HISTORICAL SCULPTURES, P.O. Box 141, Cairo, NY 12413
(518)622-3508.



SOUTHERN CAVALIER

“SOUTHERN CAVALIER”
by RON TUNISON

Flushed with triumph, the peerless Confederate warrior, J.E.B. Stuart, spurs his horse “Virginia” over the fence in the vanguard of his charging horsemen. Inspired by their dashing commander, Stuart’s rebel cavalry seemed invincible, and now, as so often before, the Yankees would give way before the irresistible audacity of Stuart’s onslaught.

Flamboyantly attired in his trademark plumed hat, hip length boots and custom-tailored shell jacket and sash, Stuart was indeed as one of his men recalled, “a conspicuous personage in every time of danger.” Whether on scout or raid, or galloping into the thick of a saber-winging melee, Stuart was the very epitome of the Southern cavalier.

The Sculpture Price
The height with its solid walnut base is 15”.
Hot-Cast Bronze, Patina Finish, Edition 35

Available only in Hot-Cast Bronze.
$5,995.00 + $35 S/H

Please call or write HISTORICAL SCULPTURES to order the sculptures pictured.We accept M.C., VISA, personal checks or money orders. HISTORICAL SCULPTURES, P.O. Box 141, Cairo, NY 12413 (518)622-3508.


RON TUNISON considers all monument proposals. For information about commissions or to discuss your sculpture project please write or call Ron Tunison at his company

HISTORICAL SCULPTURES
P.O. Box 141
Cairo, New York 12413
TEL. (518) 622-3508

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