Small Bear Carving (C158)

Small Bear Carving (C158)


Stanley R. Hill (1921 - 2003) Mohawk Nation, Turtle Clan


This iteam is approximately 3 inches wide and 3.5 inches tall with a depth of 3 inches. 

  • About the Artist

    Stanley R. Hill (1921 - 2003) is an internationally exhibited Iroquois sculptor from Six Nations, Ontario. His sculptures are in the permanent collection of several widely recognized museums including the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Ottawa, Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown, Rochester Museum and Science Center, and Bolle Museum in France.

    Stanley Hill discovered his artistic talents when he retired in 1975 from a career as a structural steelworker. Often he represents animals, birds, or wampum belts in his sculpture, and experiments with representing the human face. As a bone sculptor, he sees a link between himself and his forefathers who carved handsome combs and figures as well as household articles from bone.


Iroquois Indian Museum

P.O. Box 7

324 Caverns Road

Howes Cave, NY 12092


Sunday: Closed

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday: Closed

Thursday: Closed

Friday: Closed

Saturday: Closed