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Photo Story -- Texas Cowboy statue on Capitol grounds, Austin, Texas.

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Texas Cowboy statue on the Capitol grounds in Austin, Texas. Photo by Gary Cutrer

The bronze statue "Texas Cowboy" was presented to the State of Texas, "native home of the cowboy." by the notable American sculptor Constance Whitney Warren. It represents the artist's portrayal of a typical Texas cowboy riding a rearing horse, and is a tribute to the "rough and romantic riders of the range." 

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 March 2009 17:06  

 

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