Oct 102011

It was a beautiful day and there was lots of help so it became photo day for the museum mounts before they went back into the crates for final delivery. These mounts are made to replicate the poses done by Samuel Harmstead Chubb for the American Museum of Natural History in New York City in the early years of the 20th century. Missing is a human skeleton to stand with the rearing horse as he had to have his skull reworked so I had to leave the rest of him in the shop. I will get a photo of the rearing and man pose when we install them in Lexington next week!