Lot, Chief of the Spokanes
- Olin Levi Warner (American, West Suffield, Connecticut 1844–1896 New York)
- 1891; cast 1906
- Diam. 8 1/8 in. (20.6 cm)
- Credit Line:
- Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick S. Wait, 1906
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"Lot, Chief of the Spokanes" was one of seven portraits of Northwest Indians that Olin Warner modeled while in Oregon in 1891. According to Warner's friend, Charles Erskine Scott Wood, Lot, a chief of the Spokanes, or more correctly, the Spokan, was thought to be in his late fifties when this portrait was modeled. Warner's ability to model the texture of Lot's skin and hair attests to the sculptor's mastery of the bronze medium.