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Popular Western Artist, Ft. Worth Native Jack Bryant Sr. Dies
by Jerome Weeks 16 Jul 2012

The 83-year-old artist was known for his realistic depictions of animals, landscapes and historic themes — including two public bronzes that stand in Fort Worth.

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Born in Forth Worth in 1929, Jack Bryant became known for both his realistic paintings and his bronze work — generally of animals, landscapes and historic cowboy themes. Bryant’s bronze sculptures include two public works in Fort Worth: Midnight (1983), an image of a legendary bucking horse, which stands near the Will Rogers Memorial Center (above), and Save the Future (1993), an image of a firefighter rescuing a small child, which stands in front of Fire Station #2, the city’s oldest operating fire station. The statue was dedicated in honor of the 100th anniversary of professional firefighting in Fort Worth.

Bryant, 83, passed away at his home in Springtown Saturday.

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