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David Scott Rogers (Texas/Utah, b. 1960/61) bronze sculpture titled "We Fought Through Boggy Ground" depicting a group of armed frontiersmen hastily attempting to traverse swampy terrain on foot or horseback and struggling as they succumb to the bog. Label in bronze with title and artist name to front edge of plinth-style base. Signed, dated, and numbered "D.S. Rogers (copyright) '99 30/30" to rear corner. Mounted on a rectangular wooden swivel base. 18 1/2" H x 42" W x 13 1/2" D. Weight: 121 lbs. Note: The original Mountain Trails Galleries receipt and additional documentation are available to the winning bidder. Artist biography: Scott Rogers was born and raised in McKinney, Texas where he became a Golden Gloves championship-winning boxer at a young age. After obtaining his degree from Brigham Young University in finance, he worked in insurance and the oil and gas industry before purchasing a bronze from his uncle, Grant Speed, and quickly developing an interest in the medium. Rogers studied sculpting under his uncle and others such as Fritz White before finding success in the early nineties. He moved to Murray, Utah in 1997 where he currently resides.
PROVENANCE: Estate of Robert Christie, Knoxville, Tennessee.
CONDITION: Overall excellent condition.