Lot 10079 View Catalog
This is a metal sculpture by renown artist Frederic Remington. A cowboy is portrayed holding his hat tightly, while riding a wild bucking bronco. Remington studied the movement of horses, which allowed him to convey the unbridled emotion into the overall work of art. * Artist: Frederic Sackrider RemingtonSignature: In the casting on the baseMedium: Pewter tone metal, lost wax method, on a black marble standDimensions: 9 1/2 x 16 1/2 x 22 inchesCondition: ExcellentThis cowboy conveys the unbridled freedom of the Wild West, and this sculpture will make a lively addition to any room. * Biography * Frederic Remington (1861-1910) studied at the Yale School of Art, and trained mostly as an illustrator. It was for health reasons that he went West, and later served as a war correspondent during the Spanish American War. He later worked as a magazine illustrator, and began devoting himself to the expanding Western frontier. With a body of work that includes drawings, paintings, and bronze sculpture, Remington has come to be respected as the foremost artist of the American West. *
|Estimate||$1,980 – $3,040|
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