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Painter, Sculptor, Illustrator, b. 1861 - d. 1909

Frederic Remington's art is best known for paintings and sculptures depicting Amerca's Old West. Whether working alone, or with others, such as Owen Wister, Remington's paintings, sculptures, writings, and illustrations inspired an entire generation of readers and art aficionados. Many of his works were elegiac, an homage to an Old West that was rapidly disappearing. One striking accomplishment of Frederic Remington's art was the correct depiction of horses in motion.

Frederic Remington bronze statues include The Bronco Buster, his first statue, which started the genre called cowboy sculpture. Over 275 authorized casts have been made of this small statue, by methods that include sand-casting and lost-wax casting. Only one of the 21 existing Frederic Remington sculptures, The Cowboy, is considered to be full-sized. Discerning collectors will find many fine examples of other legendary sculptures for sale or at auction online.

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                  • Frederick Remington "Indians Simulating Buffalo, 1908" Offset Lithograph
                    May. 26, 2024

                    Frederick Remington "Indians Simulating Buffalo, 1908" Offset Lithograph

                    Est: $600 - $900

                    Frederic Remington (1861-1909) was an American artist, sculptor, and writer who is best known for his iconic depictions of the American West. He played a significant role in shaping the image of the American frontier in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Remington's artwork celebrated the rugged landscapes, cowboys, Native Americans, and the spirit of adventure that characterized the American West during his time.Here are some key points about Frederic Remington and his contributions to American art:1. **Early Life and Education**: Frederic Remington was born in Canton, New York. He displayed a talent for art from a young age and began drawing and sketching at an early age. He attended the Yale School of Art, where he honed his artistic skills.2. **Western Art**: Remington is best known for his Western-themed art, which captured the essence of the American frontier. His paintings and illtrations depicted scenes of cowboys, Native American warriors, cavalry soldiers, and the vast landscapes of the West.3. **Illtrations and Publications**: Remington's work was featured in popular magazines of the time, such as "Harper's Weekly" and "Collier's," where he provided illtrations for stories about the West. His illtrations helped to shape the popular perception of the West.4. **Bronze Sculptures**: In addition to his paintings and illtrations, Remington created bronze sculptures that captured the action and spirit of the American West. His sculptures, such as "Bronco Bter" and "The Outlaw," are highly regarded and are considered classics of American Western art.5. **Depiction of the Frontier**: Remington's art was characterized by its attention to detail and authenticity. He often traveled to the Western frontier to observe and sketch the people, animals, and landscapes that he would later depict in his artwork.6. **Exploration of Themes**: Remington's work explored vario themes, including the clash of cultures between Native Americans and settlers, the challenges of life on the frontier, and the heroic portrayal of the cowboy as an American icon.7. **Legacy**: Frederic Remington's contributions to American art have left a lasting legacy. His depictions of the American West continue to be celebrated for their historical accuracy and artistic quality. His work has been instrumental in shaping the enduring image of the American frontier.8. **Literary Pursuits**: In addition to his visual art, Remington was a writer and authored several books, including "Pony Tracks" (1895) and "Writings of Frederic Remington" (1936), in which he shared his observations and experiences from the Western frontier.Frederic Remington's art not only celebrated the American West but also helped to define and romanticize the era. His paintings, illtrations, and sculptures remain important cultural and historical artifacts that provide insights into the spirit and mythology of the American frontier. Measures 32 x 40.

                    Morgan Auctions
                  • FREDERIC REMINGTON, COMING THROUGH THE RYE, BRONZE SCULPTURE ON MARBLE BASE
                    May. 22, 2024

                    FREDERIC REMINGTON, COMING THROUGH THE RYE, BRONZE SCULPTURE ON MARBLE BASE

                    Est: $7,200 - $9,500

                    Artist: Frederic Remington, After, American (1861 - 1909), Title: Coming Through The Rye, Year: Original: 1902 (cast 1970's), Medium: Bronze Sculpture on marble base, signature inscribed, Size: 28 x 30 x 26 in. (71.12 x 76.2 x 66.04 cm), Frame Size: BASE: 17 x 26 x 2 inches, Description: Frederick Remington was an American painter, sculptor, and illustrator best known for his realistic portrayals of the American West. Signature inscribed in this sculpture.

                    RoGallery
                  • FREDERIC REMINGTON, MEXICAN MINERS, LITHOGRAPH
                    May. 22, 2024

                    FREDERIC REMINGTON, MEXICAN MINERS, LITHOGRAPH

                    Est: $200 - $300

                    Artist: Frederic Remington, After, American (1861 - 1909), Title: Mexican Miners, Year: circa 1968, Medium: Lithograph, signed in the plate, Edition: 1950, Image Size: 13.5 x 9 inches, Size: 19 x 13 in. (48.26 x 33.02 cm), Frame Size: 23 x 20 inches

                    RoGallery
                  • FREDERIC REMINGTON (1861 - 1909)
                    May. 20, 2024

                    FREDERIC REMINGTON (1861 - 1909)

                    Est: €150 - €300

                    FREDERIC REMINGTON (1861 - 1909) - (After) "Cheyenne" - Postume sculptuur in brons - Gesigneerd - H: 23 cm

                    DEWIT Auctions
                  • Frederic Remington (1861-1909), Mountain Man
                    May. 18, 2024

                    Frederic Remington (1861-1909), Mountain Man

                    Est: $1,000 - $2,000

                    Title: Mountain Man Dimensions: 27 x 18 1/4 x 9 Framed Dimensions: 28 x 18 1/4 x 12 Signature: stamped: 25 inscribed: Copyright by Frederic Remington

                    Jackson Hole Art Auction
                  • Frederic Remington (1861-1909), Rattlesnake
                    May. 18, 2024

                    Frederic Remington (1861-1909), Rattlesnake

                    Est: $1,000 - $2,000

                    Title: Rattlesnake Dimensions: 21 3/4 x 15 x 9 7/8 Framed Dimensions: 23 1/2 x 16 1/4 x 10 3/4 Signature: inscribed: Copy ng H Frederic Remington

                    Jackson Hole Art Auction
                  • Frederic Remington (1861-1909), Coming Through the Rye
                    May. 18, 2024

                    Frederic Remington (1861-1909), Coming Through the Rye

                    Est: $1,500 - $2,500

                    Title: Coming Through the Rye Dimensions: 27 1/2 x 27 x 26 7/8 Framed Dimensions: 28 1/2 x 32 x 25 1/2 (wi Signature: inscribed: Frederic Remington 18/100

                    Jackson Hole Art Auction
                  • Roman Bronze Works, After Frederic Remington, "The Wicked Pony" (1/250)
                    May. 18, 2024

                    Roman Bronze Works, After Frederic Remington, "The Wicked Pony" (1/250)

                    Est: $3,000 - $5,000

                    Roman Bronze Works, Inc. After Frederic Remington (American, 1861-1909) "The Wicked Pony" (1/250) patinated bronze sculpture marked "Frederic Remington 1/250, Copyright by Frederic Remington,Roman Bronze Works, Inc., NY" 20 1/2 x 31 x 11 inches This limited edition bronze sculpture by Roman Bronze Works, Inc., is the first of 250 castings. Each of the sculptures was cast duplicating the process of the original lost wax/silica plaster method used by the Roman Bronze Works, Inc. for the original castings of the original works of Frederic Remington. Includes a certificate of authenticity.

                    Fontaine's Auction Gallery
                  • Frederic Remington 1861-1909 Bronco Buster Bronze
                    May. 18, 2024

                    Frederic Remington 1861-1909 Bronco Buster Bronze

                    Est: $1,500 - $2,500

                    For your consideration is this beautifully detailed bronze sculpture titled, "Bronco Buster" by American artist, Frederic Remington (1861-1909). This is an after-Frederic Remington piece. Frederic Remington is considered one of the most prolific and important Western artists of the 19th century. His works are immensely valuable, and his style is highly sought after. The bronze features a cowboy riding a horse starting to rear and holding on through the movement wearing shotgun chaps and carrying saddle bags. Frederic Remington is etched to the bottom of the base and shows gold gilt lettering. It is set on a faux marble base showing colors of white and black and features a small plaque on the front reading, "Bronco Buster by Frederic Remington" in black lettering. The overall condition of this bronze sculpture is good with no obvious signs of damage. The measurements of this bronze sculpture are 21 1/2" L x 10 1/2" W x 23 5/8" H and it weighs 29 pounds and 2 ounces.

                    North American Auction Company
                  • Sculpture, After Frederic Remington
                    May. 17, 2024

                    Sculpture, After Frederic Remington

                    Est: $800 - $1,200

                    After Frederic Remington (American, 1861-1909), "Coming Through the Rye," bronze sculpture on marble base, bears signature near bottom, edition 20/100, overall (with base): 30"h x 27"w x 20"d. Provenance: Property from the estate of Mr. Robert Darwin, television and film personality, author, and noted philanthropist.

                    Clars Auctions
                  • Frederic Remington Signed Bronze & Similar
                    May. 17, 2024

                    Frederic Remington Signed Bronze & Similar

                    Est: $200 - $400

                    Signed Remington of cowboy on horse measuring approx. 4" H x 1.5" W x 3" D on marble base measuring approx. 3" L x 2" W x .75" H. Also includes and unsigned Remington style cowboy on wood base measuring approx. 9.75" OAH. Western theme, Cowboy.

                    Keystone Auctions LLC
                  • FREDERIC REMINGTON (1861-1909) BRONZE STATUE TITLED BUFFALO SIGNAL, 8.5IN x 19IN x 33IN (21.5cm x 48cm x 84cm)
                    May. 14, 2024

                    FREDERIC REMINGTON (1861-1909) BRONZE STATUE TITLED BUFFALO SIGNAL, 8.5IN x 19IN x 33IN (21.5cm x 48cm x 84cm)

                    Est: $2,500 - $3,000

                    A bronze statue on a marble plinth by celebrated American artist Frederic Remington (1861-1909). It is titled The Buffalo Signal after the original which was produced in 1901. It measures 8.5 inches x 19 inches x 33 inches and it weighs 45lbs. This piece was acquired from a Metro Washington DC estate.

                    The Rug Life Auctions
                  • Frederic Remington (American, 1861-1909)
                    May. 14, 2024

                    Frederic Remington (American, 1861-1909)

                    Est: £300 - £500

                    Frederic Remington (American, 1861-1909) a group of seven bronzes, of cowboys and Native Americans on horseback, on marble bases, all signed, the largest 42cm high and James Earle Fraser (American, 1876-1953), the 'End of the Trail', signed, 36cm high (8) Condition Report: All in need of a good clean. Nibbles to the marble bases.

                    Sworders
                  • Frederic Remington (American, 1861-1909)
                    May. 14, 2024

                    Frederic Remington (American, 1861-1909)

                    Est: £200 - £300

                    Frederic Remington (American, 1861-1909) a large bronze of a cowboy on horseback, on a green marble base, signed, 38cm wide 60cm high Condition Report: Nibbles to the marble base.

                    Sworders
                  • Frederic Remington The Mountain Man Bronze
                    May. 11, 2024

                    Frederic Remington The Mountain Man Bronze

                    Est: $100 - $150

                    9" by 5" by 4 1/4". In his lifetime polymath Frederic Remington was the most successful and famous Western American artist. His immense talents included excelling as an illustrator, author, sculptor, and fine artist. His was a life tragically cut short. Born on October 4, 1861 in Canton, a small berg in bucolic upper state New York, he was much influenced by his father Seth Pierpont Remington, a Republican journalist who founded the St. Lawrence Plaindealer. His father had been a captain in the Civil War, and in 1870 President Ulysses S. Grant appointed him United States Collector of the Port of Ogdensburg, New York. In 1876 young Frederic enrolled at Highland Military Academy in Worcester, Massachusetts where he studied for the next two years. Two years later he enrolled at Yale for one year to study in the School of Fine Arts. His two loves were art and football. Only three months into school, he published his first illustration in the on-campus newspaper Yale Courant. On the gridiron he was a natural, demonstrating great strength and agility. Like Theodore Roosevelt, Remington also enjoyed boxing. A year later he met his future wife Eva Caten from Gloversville, New York. After the death of Remington’s father from tuberculosis on February 18, 1879, Eva rejected his first marriage proposal. Floundering, Remington headed to the American West to find himself—much like Theodore Roosevelt did when his mother and wife died on the same day. That led to a trip to Montana where he completed a number of sketches. Invigorated by his Western experiences, in February 1883 he headed to Kansas and with part of his inheritance bought a 160 acre sheep ranch near Peabody, Kansas. That failed adventure lasted about a year, and he then relocated to Kansas City, Missouri where Eva would join him as his wife. Yet he squandered the rest of his inheritance on a saloon there. After more illustrations were sold to Harper’s Weekly, in 1885 the Remingtons moved to New York City, and in 1886 he attended the Art Students League. By then Remington was earning $1,200 a year, twice the income of a school teacher. Other magazines such as St. Nicholas and Outing also published his art. His work certainly impressed a young Theodore Roosevelt who was chronicling his life in Medora—now in North Dakota—for a serial that ran in The Century Magazine. It was very common at the time for authors to serialize their works in magazines before they were published in book form. In the fall of 1887 Remington was commissioned to illustrate the magazine stories which ended up in Roosevelt’s 1888 classic book Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail. Early on, a lasting friendship between the two was cemented through these publications. By 1889 he had garnered national notoriety as one of the most accomplished illustrators in the country. He was a national celebrity. In 1889 his monumental canvas A Dash for the Timber was exhibited at the National Academy of Design. The New York Times reported, "The picture at the Autumn exhibition of the Academy of Design before which stands the largest number of people is Frederic Remington’s Dash for the Timber." A Silver medal for Last Lull in the Fight followed at the Exposition Universelle in Paris. In 1891 the National Academy of Design elected Remington as an Associate member. Yet he was never admitted as National Academician, despite support from fellow artists Gilbert Gaul, Childe Hassam, and others. His financial success allowed the Remingtons to move into a grand home he named Ednion Algonquin for "a place where I live in New Rochelle, New York. A young Norman Rockwell would someday paint in his studio. Through his travels, Remington embraced social Darwinism survival of the fittest that championed the U.S. military’s domination of the inferior Native Americans. Theodore Roosevelt, George Armstrong Custer, and Remington along with most other Americans—idolized Charles Darwin. As early as 1888 Remington started contributing short stories along with illustrations to magazines. His writings teemed with romantic Western stories chalk full of drama and violence. Initially, they presented the cavalryman as the hero and the Indian as the villain, especially when the Indian had been tainted with the vices of the white man. His West was the "frontier model where the fittest were rugged individuals from northern Europe and white Americans. Even though he was an accomplished author and painter, perhaps his greatest talent was as a sculptor. His bronzes are more famous and collectible than any other Western American artist. And yet his bronze repertoire was completed in just fourteen years. Starting in order of modeling, they are: The Broncho Buster, The Wounded Bunkie, The Wicked Pony, The Scalp, The Norther, The Cheyenne, The Buffalo Signal, Coming Through the Rye, The Mountain Man, The Sergeant, Paleolithic Man, Savage, Polo, The Rattlesnake, Dragoons 1850, The Outlaw, The Horse Thief, The Buffalo Horse, The Cowboy, Trooper of the Plains 1868, The Broncho Buster (large), and The Stampede. His Coming Through the Rye was widely viewed by the public at two world’s fairs. A New Jersey artisan in 1904 was commissioned by Remington to produce a heroic size plaster of the sculpture for the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis, Missouri (called Off the Trail). It was then shipped to Portland, Oregon the next year for the Lewis and Clark Exposition and titled Shooting Up the Town. The Cowboy—his only monumental bronze—was commissioned in 1905 by the Fairmount Park Art Association in Philadelphia. The twelve feet high bronze was shipped to Philadelphia in May 1908 and unveiled in the park as The Mounted Cowboy. In 1900 Remington turned to Riccardo Bertelli at Roman Bronze Works in Brooklyn to cast his bronzes by the lost-wax casting process which allowed higher detail in the finished product. The Norther that year was his first bronze by this method. The Cheyenne was copyrighted the next year. His last, The Stampede, was modeled in late 1909 just before Remington died but wasn’t copyrighted until 1910. His friend and accomplished sculptor Sally Farnham was called upon by Eva to oversee the production after her husband’s death. The Broncho Buster reins as Remington’s most popular model. Many consider his last few years as his greatest period. Peter Hassrick divided Remington’s art into five periods: illustration; academic Realism; nocturnal paintings; Impressionism; and finally Symbolism. Remington’s paintings provided the financial means to build Lorul Place, his last home and studio, on forty-six acres in Ridgefield, Connecticut. Construction was completed in the spring of 1909. By the time of his death, he had produced over 3,000 illustrations for periodicals. The Frederic Remington Art Museum in Ogdensburg, New York, as it has been known since 1981, houses material from Eva’s estate that includes paintings, sketches, two bronzes and his library. The building was home to Eva and her sister after Remington died in 1909, and after she died it became known as the Remington Art Memorial in 1923.

                    Davis Brothers Auction
                  • Frederic Remington The Bronco Buster Bronze
                    May. 11, 2024

                    Frederic Remington The Bronco Buster Bronze

                    Est: $200 - $300

                    Title is The Bronco Buster. 4 3/4" by 3 1/8" by 2 1/8". In his lifetime polymath Frederic Remington was the most successful and famous Western American artist. His immense talents included excelling as an illustrator, author, sculptor, and fine artist. His was a life tragically cut short. Born on October 4, 1861 in Canton, a small berg in bucolic upper state New York, he was much influenced by his father Seth Pierpont Remington, a Republican journalist who founded the St. Lawrence Plaindealer. His father had been a captain in the Civil War, and in 1870 President Ulysses S. Grant appointed him United States Collector of the Port of Ogdensburg, New York. In 1876 young Frederic enrolled at Highland Military Academy in Worcester, Massachusetts where he studied for the next two years. Two years later he enrolled at Yale for one year to study in the School of Fine Arts. His two loves were art and football. Only three months into school, he published his first illustration in the on-campus newspaper Yale Courant. On the gridiron he was a natural, demonstrating great strength and agility. Like Theodore Roosevelt, Remington also enjoyed boxing. A year later he met his future wife Eva Caten from Gloversville, New York. After the death of Remington’s father from tuberculosis on February 18, 1879, Eva rejected his first marriage proposal. Floundering, Remington headed to the American West to find himself—much like Theodore Roosevelt did when his mother and wife died on the same day. That led to a trip to Montana where he completed a number of sketches. Invigorated by his Western experiences, in February 1883 he headed to Kansas and with part of his inheritance bought a 160 acre sheep ranch near Peabody, Kansas. That failed adventure lasted about a year, and he then relocated to Kansas City, Missouri where Eva would join him as his wife. Yet he squandered the rest of his inheritance on a saloon there. After more illustrations were sold to Harper’s Weekly, in 1885 the Remingtons moved to New York City, and in 1886 he attended the Art Students League. By then Remington was earning $1,200 a year, twice the income of a school teacher. Other magazines such as St. Nicholas and Outing also published his art. His work certainly impressed a young Theodore Roosevelt who was chronicling his life in Medora—now in North Dakota—for a serial that ran in The Century Magazine. It was very common at the time for authors to serialize their works in magazines before they were published in book form. In the fall of 1887 Remington was commissioned to illustrate the magazine stories which ended up in Roosevelt’s 1888 classic book Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail. Early on, a lasting friendship between the two was cemented through these publications. By 1889 he had garnered national notoriety as one of the most accomplished illustrators in the country. He was a national celebrity. In 1889 his monumental canvas A Dash for the Timber was exhibited at the National Academy of Design. The New York Times reported, "The picture at the Autumn exhibition of the Academy of Design before which stands the largest number of people is Frederic Remington’s Dash for the Timber." A Silver medal for Last Lull in the Fight followed at the Exposition Universelle in Paris. In 1891 the National Academy of Design elected Remington as an Associate member. Yet he was never admitted as National Academician, despite support from fellow artists Gilbert Gaul, Childe Hassam, and others. His financial success allowed the Remingtons to move into a grand home he named Ednion Algonquin for "a place where I live in New Rochelle, New York. A young Norman Rockwell would someday paint in his studio. Through his travels, Remington embraced social Darwinism survival of the fittest that championed the U.S. military’s domination of the inferior Native Americans. Theodore Roosevelt, George Armstrong Custer, and Remington along with most other Americans—idolized Charles Darwin. As early as 1888 Remington started contributing short stories along with illustrations to magazines. His writings teemed with romantic Western stories chalk full of drama and violence. Initially, they presented the cavalryman as the hero and the Indian as the villain, especially when the Indian had been tainted with the vices of the white man. His West was the "frontier model where the fittest were rugged individuals from northern Europe and white Americans. Even though he was an accomplished author and painter, perhaps his greatest talent was as a sculptor. His bronzes are more famous and collectible than any other Western American artist. And yet his bronze repertoire was completed in just fourteen years. Starting in order of modeling, they are: The Broncho Buster, The Wounded Bunkie, The Wicked Pony, The Scalp, The Norther, The Cheyenne, The Buffalo Signal, Coming Through the Rye, The Mountain Man, The Sergeant, Paleolithic Man, Savage, Polo, The Rattlesnake, Dragoons 1850, The Outlaw, The Horse Thief, The Buffalo Horse, The Cowboy, Trooper of the Plains 1868, The Broncho Buster (large), and The Stampede. His Coming Through the Rye was widely viewed by the public at two world’s fairs. A New Jersey artisan in 1904 was commissioned by Remington to produce a heroic size plaster of the sculpture for the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis, Missouri (called Off the Trail). It was then shipped to Portland, Oregon the next year for the Lewis and Clark Exposition and titled Shooting Up the Town. The Cowboy—his only monumental bronze—was commissioned in 1905 by the Fairmount Park Art Association in Philadelphia. The twelve feet high bronze was shipped to Philadelphia in May 1908 and unveiled in the park as The Mounted Cowboy. In 1900 Remington turned to Riccardo Bertelli at Roman Bronze Works in Brooklyn to cast his bronzes by the lost-wax casting process which allowed higher detail in the finished product. The Norther that year was his first bronze by this method. The Cheyenne was copyrighted the next year. His last, The Stampede, was modeled in late 1909 just before Remington died but wasn’t copyrighted until 1910. His friend and accomplished sculptor Sally Farnham was called upon by Eva to oversee the production after her husband’s death. The Broncho Buster reins as Remington’s most popular model. Many consider his last few years as his greatest period. Peter Hassrick divided Remington’s art into five periods: illustration; academic Realism; nocturnal paintings; Impressionism; and finally Symbolism. Remington’s paintings provided the financial means to build Lorul Place, his last home and studio, on forty-six acres in Ridgefield, Connecticut. Construction was completed in the spring of 1909. By the time of his death, he had produced over 3,000 illustrations for periodicals. The Frederic Remington Art Museum in Ogdensburg, New York, as it has been known since 1981, houses material from Eva’s estate that includes paintings, sketches, two bronzes and his library. The building was home to Eva and her sister after Remington died in 1909, and after she died it became known as the Remington Art Memorial in 1923.

                    Davis Brothers Auction
                  • Frederic Remington The Bronco Buster Bronze
                    May. 11, 2024

                    Frederic Remington The Bronco Buster Bronze

                    Est: $200 - $300

                    Title is The Bronco Buster. 5 7/8" by 4 1/2" by 2 3/4". In his lifetime polymath Frederic Remington was the most successful and famous Western American artist. His immense talents included excelling as an illustrator, author, sculptor, and fine artist. His was a life tragically cut short. Born on October 4, 1861 in Canton, a small berg in bucolic upper state New York, he was much influenced by his father Seth Pierpont Remington, a Republican journalist who founded the St. Lawrence Plaindealer. His father had been a captain in the Civil War, and in 1870 President Ulysses S. Grant appointed him United States Collector of the Port of Ogdensburg, New York. In 1876 young Frederic enrolled at Highland Military Academy in Worcester, Massachusetts where he studied for the next two years. Two years later he enrolled at Yale for one year to study in the School of Fine Arts. His two loves were art and football. Only three months into school, he published his first illustration in the on-campus newspaper Yale Courant. On the gridiron he was a natural, demonstrating great strength and agility. Like Theodore Roosevelt, Remington also enjoyed boxing. A year later he met his future wife Eva Caten from Gloversville, New York. After the death of Remington’s father from tuberculosis on February 18, 1879, Eva rejected his first marriage proposal. Floundering, Remington headed to the American West to find himself—much like Theodore Roosevelt did when his mother and wife died on the same day. That led to a trip to Montana where he completed a number of sketches. Invigorated by his Western experiences, in February 1883 he headed to Kansas and with part of his inheritance bought a 160 acre sheep ranch near Peabody, Kansas. That failed adventure lasted about a year, and he then relocated to Kansas City, Missouri where Eva would join him as his wife. Yet he squandered the rest of his inheritance on a saloon there. After more illustrations were sold to Harper’s Weekly, in 1885 the Remingtons moved to New York City, and in 1886 he attended the Art Students League. By then Remington was earning $1,200 a year, twice the income of a school teacher. Other magazines such as St. Nicholas and Outing also published his art. His work certainly impressed a young Theodore Roosevelt who was chronicling his life in Medora—now in North Dakota—for a serial that ran in The Century Magazine. It was very common at the time for authors to serialize their works in magazines before they were published in book form. In the fall of 1887 Remington was commissioned to illustrate the magazine stories which ended up in Roosevelt’s 1888 classic book Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail. Early on, a lasting friendship between the two was cemented through these publications. By 1889 he had garnered national notoriety as one of the most accomplished illustrators in the country. He was a national celebrity. In 1889 his monumental canvas A Dash for the Timber was exhibited at the National Academy of Design. The New York Times reported, "The picture at the Autumn exhibition of the Academy of Design before which stands the largest number of people is Frederic Remington’s Dash for the Timber." A Silver medal for Last Lull in the Fight followed at the Exposition Universelle in Paris. In 1891 the National Academy of Design elected Remington as an Associate member. Yet he was never admitted as National Academician, despite support from fellow artists Gilbert Gaul, Childe Hassam, and others. His financial success allowed the Remingtons to move into a grand home he named Ednion Algonquin for "a place where I live in New Rochelle, New York. A young Norman Rockwell would someday paint in his studio. Through his travels, Remington embraced social Darwinism survival of the fittest that championed the U.S. military’s domination of the inferior Native Americans. Theodore Roosevelt, George Armstrong Custer, and Remington along with most other Americans—idolized Charles Darwin. As early as 1888 Remington started contributing short stories along with illustrations to magazines. His writings teemed with romantic Western stories chalk full of drama and violence. Initially, they presented the cavalryman as the hero and the Indian as the villain, especially when the Indian had been tainted with the vices of the white man. His West was the "frontier model where the fittest were rugged individuals from northern Europe and white Americans. Even though he was an accomplished author and painter, perhaps his greatest talent was as a sculptor. His bronzes are more famous and collectible than any other Western American artist. And yet his bronze repertoire was completed in just fourteen years. Starting in order of modeling, they are: The Broncho Buster, The Wounded Bunkie, The Wicked Pony, The Scalp, The Norther, The Cheyenne, The Buffalo Signal, Coming Through the Rye, The Mountain Man, The Sergeant, Paleolithic Man, Savage, Polo, The Rattlesnake, Dragoons 1850, The Outlaw, The Horse Thief, The Buffalo Horse, The Cowboy, Trooper of the Plains 1868, The Broncho Buster (large), and The Stampede. His Coming Through the Rye was widely viewed by the public at two world’s fairs. A New Jersey artisan in 1904 was commissioned by Remington to produce a heroic size plaster of the sculpture for the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis, Missouri (called Off the Trail). It was then shipped to Portland, Oregon the next year for the Lewis and Clark Exposition and titled Shooting Up the Town. The Cowboy—his only monumental bronze—was commissioned in 1905 by the Fairmount Park Art Association in Philadelphia. The twelve feet high bronze was shipped to Philadelphia in May 1908 and unveiled in the park as The Mounted Cowboy. In 1900 Remington turned to Riccardo Bertelli at Roman Bronze Works in Brooklyn to cast his bronzes by the lost-wax casting process which allowed higher detail in the finished product. The Norther that year was his first bronze by this method. The Cheyenne was copyrighted the next year. His last, The Stampede, was modeled in late 1909 just before Remington died but wasn’t copyrighted until 1910. His friend and accomplished sculptor Sally Farnham was called upon by Eva to oversee the production after her husband’s death. The Broncho Buster reins as Remington’s most popular model. Many consider his last few years as his greatest period. Peter Hassrick divided Remington’s art into five periods: illustration; academic Realism; nocturnal paintings; Impressionism; and finally Symbolism. Remington’s paintings provided the financial means to build Lorul Place, his last home and studio, on forty-six acres in Ridgefield, Connecticut. Construction was completed in the spring of 1909. By the time of his death, he had produced over 3,000 illustrations for periodicals. The Frederic Remington Art Museum in Ogdensburg, New York, as it has been known since 1981, houses material from Eva’s estate that includes paintings, sketches, two bronzes and his library. The building was home to Eva and her sister after Remington died in 1909, and after she died it became known as the Remington Art Memorial in 1923.

                    Davis Brothers Auction
                  • Remington, Frederic, Att. - The stampede
                    Apr. 30, 2024

                    Remington, Frederic, Att. - The stampede

                    Est: $1,000 - $3,000

                    Remington, Frederic, Att. (1861-1909) The stampede Description (FR): Bronze à patine brune sur une base de bois, signé Frederic Remington Description (EN): Bronze with brown patina on a wooden base, signed Frederic Remington Dimension (PO): 11 3/4" x 19" x 15" 30 x 48 x 38 cm Rapport de condition: Sur demande, nous nous ferons un plaisir de répondre à vos questions de manière détaillée. Condition report: Upon request, We will gladly answer all your inquiries in a detailed manner.

                    Champagne Auctions
                  • Frederic Remington 'The Fall of the Cowboy' Serigraph
                    Apr. 27, 2024

                    Frederic Remington 'The Fall of the Cowboy' Serigraph

                    Est: $150 - $250

                    A Frederic Remington (American, 1861-1909) serigraph titled 'The Fall of the Cowboy' depicting a pair of cowboys and their horses stopped at a gate. Signed in print lower right. Sight: 21.5" x 31"

                    Atlanta Auction Gallery, ltd
                  • FREDERIC REMINGTON (1861-1909) BRONZE STATUE TITLED BUFFALO SIGNAL, 8.5IN x 19IN x 33IN (21.5cm x 48cm x 84cm)
                    Apr. 23, 2024

                    FREDERIC REMINGTON (1861-1909) BRONZE STATUE TITLED BUFFALO SIGNAL, 8.5IN x 19IN x 33IN (21.5cm x 48cm x 84cm)

                    Est: $2,500 - $3,000

                    A bronze statue on a marble plinth by celebrated American artist Frederic Remington (1861-1909). It is titled The Buffalo Signal after the original which was produced in 1901. It measures 8.5 inches x 19 inches x 33 inches and it weighs 45lbs. This piece was acquired from a Metro Washington DC estate.

                    The Rug Life Auctions
                  • FREDERIC REMINGTON OUTLAW AMERICAN BRONZE SCULPTURE
                    Apr. 21, 2024

                    FREDERIC REMINGTON OUTLAW AMERICAN BRONZE SCULPTURE

                    Est: $100 - $150

                    Frederic Remington, a finely modeled bronze sculpture Outlaw depicting a wild rider of the American West. Signed to the base. Mounted on a green marble pedestal with a metal plaque inscribed: Outlaw Frederic Remington. Frederic Remington, 1861 to 1909, was the most successful and famous Western American artist. His works are known for depicting the Western United States in the last quarter of the 19th century and featuring such images as cowboys, American Indians, and the US Cavalry. Collectible American Bronze Sculptures For Home Decor.

                    Antique Arena Inc
                  • Frederic Remington 'victory Dance' Print On Board
                    Apr. 20, 2024

                    Frederic Remington 'victory Dance' Print On Board

                    Est: -

                    Frame has scuffs and scratches. Frame measures approximately 25in by 32.75in. NR30146 SA

                    EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
                  • Remington "Outlaw" Bronze Statue
                    Apr. 20, 2024

                    Remington "Outlaw" Bronze Statue

                    Est: $600 - $800

                    *NO SHIPPING! - PICKUP OR THIRD PARTY TRANSPORT ONLY* Outlaw, made in 1906, is another one of Frederic Remington’s popular bucking horse bronze sculptures. This piece has great movement and detail. The bucking horse’s rump is straight up in the air and the cowboy leans back, balancing himself in the saddle as he keeps his seat. The Outlaw was known as the real companion to The Bronco Buster. It is the teeter to The Bronco Buster’s totter, what comes up in one comes down in the other. Giant jolts of endless energy were what this cowboy was feeling as the horse would rear up putting full force on all fronts. In overall VG condition. Signed Frederic Remington on top of bronze base. Measures 22" tall

                    Donley Auction Services
                  • Rattlesnake by Frederic Remington bronze
                    Apr. 18, 2024

                    Rattlesnake by Frederic Remington bronze

                    Est: $500 - $1,000

                    Rattlesnake by Frederic Remington bronze. 23x16x11 in.

                    Schultz Auctioneers
                  • Frederic S. Remington (1861 - 1909), Portrait of a cavalry officer
                    Apr. 18, 2024

                    Frederic S. Remington (1861 - 1909), Portrait of a cavalry officer

                    Est: £2,000 - £4,000

                    Frederic S. Remington (1861 - 1909) Portrait of a cavalry officer Pastel on paper Signed lower right Property of a noblewoman Dimensions: (Paper) 18.5 in. (H) x 14.5 in. (W) (Frame) 25.25 in. (H) x 21.5 in. (W)

                    Sloane Street Auctions
                  • Frederic Remington, "The Cheyenne"
                    Apr. 13, 2024

                    Frederic Remington, "The Cheyenne"

                    Est: $100,000 - $150,000

                    Frederic Remington (1861-1909), "The Cheyenne", Bronze, cast N-25 beneath base, Signed Roman Bronze Works N-Y-

                    Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC
                  • Frederic Remington, "Set of eight: A Bunch of Buckskins"
                    Apr. 13, 2024

                    Frederic Remington, "Set of eight: A Bunch of Buckskins"

                    Est: $12,000 - $18,000

                    Frederic Remington (1861-1909), "Set of eight: A Bunch of Buckskins", Lithograph, Signed Complete set with original portfolio and text. 1901 RH Russell & Co.

                    Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC
                  • Frederic Remington, "A Trapper"
                    Apr. 12, 2024

                    Frederic Remington, "A Trapper"

                    Est: $2,000 - $3,000

                    Frederic Remington (1861-1909), "A Trapper", Lithograph, Signed lower right in print

                    Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC
                  • Frederic Remington “Apache Ambush" Print
                    Apr. 07, 2024

                    Frederic Remington “Apache Ambush" Print

                    Est: -

                    Art Measure: 22w x 16h Frame Measure: 31w x 25h Introducing a timeless print by Frederic Remington, titled "Apache Ambush," renownedfor its depiction of the Old West and iconic southern landscapes. With Remington's printed signature in the bottom right corner, this piece captures the spirit of adventure and ruggedness characteristic of his work.Perfect for admirers of western art and collectors seeking to add a touch of history to their collection, this print promises to evoke the allure of the American frontier with its classic southern ambiance. In goodcondition with wear commensurate with age and no major damage to notate.RH50562

                    Monarch Auction and Estate Services
                  • Frederic Remington Silver Finished Bronze Statue
                    Apr. 06, 2024

                    Frederic Remington Silver Finished Bronze Statue

                    Est: -

                    Titled: Wooly Chaps. Includes A Black Marble Base And A Silver Tone Patina To The Statue That Measures Approximately 22” X 16” X 8”. In Good Condition. Kt20250 Ka

                    EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
                  • Frederic Remington Silver Finished Bronze Statue
                    Apr. 06, 2024

                    Frederic Remington Silver Finished Bronze Statue

                    Est: -

                    Titled: Wicked Pony. Includes A Black Marble Base And A Silver Tone Patina To The Statue That Measures Approximately 22” X 20” X 10.5”. In Good Condition. Kt20250 Ka

                    EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
                  • Frederic Remington Silver Finished Bronze Statue
                    Apr. 06, 2024

                    Frederic Remington Silver Finished Bronze Statue

                    Est: -

                    Titled: Cowboy. Includes A Black Marble Base And A Silver Tone Patina To The Statue That Measures Approximately 21" X 22" X 8.5". In Good Condition. Kt20250 Ka

                    EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
                  • Frederic Remington Silver Finished Bronze Statue
                    Apr. 06, 2024

                    Frederic Remington Silver Finished Bronze Statue

                    Est: -

                    Titled: Rattlesnake. Includes A Black Marble Base And A Silver Tone Patina To The Statue That Measures Approximately 23” X 15” X 9.5”. In Good Condition. Kt20250 Ka

                    EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
                  • Navajo Sheepherder Print by Frederic Remington [177790]
                    Apr. 06, 2024

                    Navajo Sheepherder Print by Frederic Remington [177790]

                    Est: $200 - $300

                    This is a steel engraved print on silk by western artist Frederic Remington (1861-1909). It measures 11"x 14", has some light staining that is not on the print. Born in upstate New York and only two months old when his father left for the Civil War, Remington developed a passion for the adventure he imagined in the far West at an early age, sketching the horses and people he imagined. Without formal art training until enrolled at Yale as an art student in 1878, Remington quickly tired of academic training but often contributed to the Yale Courant, the first illustrated college weekly. After meeting Eva Adele Caten, Remington set off for the far West with a small inheritance on the first of several sojourns and trials at ranching, prospecting, and business to earn his fortune, returning to earn her hand in marriage. However unstable their finances during the early years, his fortunes lay in his commitment to documenting the West.

                    Holabird Western Americana
                  • Remington Gallery Print [177783]
                    Apr. 06, 2024

                    Remington Gallery Print [177783]

                    Est: $300 - $500

                    A gallery print by Frederic Remington (1861-1909) entitled "Benighted for a Day Camp." Print measures 8.5"x 12" and is not mounted on board. There are two other Remington pieces in this auction. They come with a gallery business card, which is missing from this piece. Print is in nice condition with bright colors. Please see photos for more details. Canton New York

                    Holabird Western Americana
                  • Frederic Remington (After)
                    Apr. 04, 2024

                    Frederic Remington (After)

                    Est: $200 - $300

                    Frederic Remington (After) (New York, 1861-1909) TROOPER OF THE PLAINS bronze on marble base, unsigned overall H10 1/4" W8 1/2" D4 1/2" Provenance: Private collection, Lowcountry South Carolina Plantation

                    Charlton Hall
                  • FREDERIC REMINGTON (1861-1909) BRONZE STATUE TITLED BUFFALO SIGNAL, 8.5IN x 19IN x 33IN (21.5cm x 48cm x 84cm)
                    Apr. 02, 2024

                    FREDERIC REMINGTON (1861-1909) BRONZE STATUE TITLED BUFFALO SIGNAL, 8.5IN x 19IN x 33IN (21.5cm x 48cm x 84cm)

                    Est: $2,500 - $3,000

                    A bronze statue on a marble plinth by celebrated American artist Frederic Remington (1861-1909). It is titled The Buffalo Signal after the original which was produced in 1901. It measures 8.5 inches x 19 inches x 33 inches and it weighs 45lbs. This piece was acquired from a Metro Washington DC estate.

                    The Rug Life Auctions
                  • Frederic Remington Bronze Sculpture, Cheyenne
                    Mar. 28, 2024

                    Frederic Remington Bronze Sculpture, Cheyenne

                    Est: $10 - $1,000

                    Plaque On Front Of Base: Cheyenne By Frederic Remington. Signed On Base: Frederic Remington. Total Height Including Marble Base: 21.5".

                    Berner's Auction Gallery
                  • Frederic Sackrider Remington (American, 1861-1909), A Tug of War, pen and ink on wove paper, 8 x 10 1/2in (20 x 27cm)
                    Mar. 26, 2024

                    Frederic Sackrider Remington (American, 1861-1909), A Tug of War, pen and ink on wove paper, 8 x 10 1/2in (20 x 27cm)

                    Est: $1,500 - $3,000

                    Frederic Sackrider Remington (American, 1861-1909) A Tug of War pen and ink on wove paper signed Frederic Remington lower right, and titled A tug of war lower left

                    Andrew Jones Auctions
                  • FREDERIC REMINGTON FOURTH TROOPERS PRINT
                    Mar. 24, 2024

                    FREDERIC REMINGTON FOURTH TROOPERS PRINT

                    Est: $200 - $300

                    FREDERIC REMINGTON FOURTH TROOPERS MOVING HORSES PRINT. Height: 30 in. by Width: 38 in. by Depth: 1

                    Lewis & Maese Antiques & Auctions
                  • FREDERIC REMINGTON BRONZE "WICKED PONY"
                    Mar. 24, 2024

                    FREDERIC REMINGTON BRONZE "WICKED PONY"

                    Est: $800 - $1,000

                    FREDERIC REMINGTON BRONZE "WICKED PONY" Height: 18.5 in. by Width: 16 in. by Depth: 7

                    Lewis & Maese Antiques & Auctions
                  • Frederic Remington (1861-1909) Pony Tracks
                    Mar. 23, 2024

                    Frederic Remington (1861-1909) Pony Tracks

                    Est: $200 - $300

                    Frederic Remington (1861-1909) Pony Tracks. Pony Tracks, Written and Illustrated by Frederic Remington. City: New York. Publisher: Harper and Brothers. Date: 1895. Edition: 1st. 1 Volume, 269 pages. Binding: tannish orange cloth with gilt text and decorated with images of riders on horseback. Condition: very good+, rubbing and slight fraying to spine head and tail; scratch on front cover through the first “e” in “Frederic”; slight bubbling in the cloth on the front cover close to joint; light bumping and fraying to extremities, slight darkening to spine, interior clean and tight. Book stamp of John Worth Edmonds. Size: 6 1/2 x 9 1/8 x 1 1/4 in. #1681 Location 4TH PHOTO SHELF

                    Sarasota Estate Auction
                  • Frederic Remington (1861-1909) Bronco Buster
                    Mar. 23, 2024

                    Frederic Remington (1861-1909) Bronco Buster

                    Est: $2,500 - $3,500

                    Featured in this lot is a bronze sculpture called "Bronco Buster" by American artist, Frederic Remington, who was born in 1861 and died in 1909. The sculpture is considered an "After Remington" and features a cowboy riding a rank bronco wearing cow puncher batwing chaps. The Bronco Buster (also spelled "Broncho Buster" per convention at the time of sculpting) is a sculpture made of bronze and originally copyrighted in 1895 by American artist, Frederic Remington. Frederic Sackrider Remington was an American painter, illustrator, sculptor, and writer who specialized in the genre of Western American Art. His works are known for depicting the Western United States in the last quarter of the 19th century and featuring such images as cowboys, American Indians, and the US Cavalry. The condition of this bronze sculpture is well preserved with the crop missing from the riders hand but otherwise shows well-preserved overall condition. The measurements of this bronze are 22 1/2" x 17" x 9 1/2".*

                    North American Auction Company
                  • Remington, Frederic (1861 - 1909)
                    Mar. 23, 2024

                    Remington, Frederic (1861 - 1909)

                    Est: -

                    Remington, Frederic (1861 - 1909) Bronze Skulptur "The Mountain Man", auf einem Marmorsockel. Bronze dunkelbraun patiniert. Seitlich sign. Frederic Remington. H.: 32,5 cm.

                    Kunst-und Auktionshaus Schloss Hagenburg
                  • REMINGTON, FREDERIC SACKRIDER. "Coming Through the Rye". Bronze, geschwärzt.
                    Mar. 22, 2024

                    REMINGTON, FREDERIC SACKRIDER. "Coming Through the Rye". Bronze, geschwärzt.

                    Est: €500 - €1,000

                    REMINGTON, FREDERIC SACKRIDER 1861 Canton/New York - 1909 Ridgefield/Connecticut "Coming Through the Rye" Bronze, geschwärzt. Auf der Plinthe bezeichnet. Ca. 65 x 75 x 70 cm. Auf fahrbaren Sockel montiert.

                    Scheublein Art & Auktionen
                  • FREDERIC REMINGTON (1861-1909) LITHOGRAPH TITLED DISMOUNTED THE FOURTH TROOPERS MOVING THE LED HORSES, 25IN x 28IN (64cm x 71cm)
                    Mar. 19, 2024

                    FREDERIC REMINGTON (1861-1909) LITHOGRAPH TITLED DISMOUNTED THE FOURTH TROOPERS MOVING THE LED HORSES, 25IN x 28IN (64cm x 71cm)

                    Est: $1,000 - $1,250

                    A lithograph by celebrated American artist Frederic Remington (1861-1909). It is titled Dismounted, The Fourth Troopers Moving the Led Horses. It is after the original which was painted in 1890. With frame, it measures 25 inches x 28 inches. This piece was acquired from a Metro Washington DC estate.

                    The Rug Life Auctions
                  • FREDERIC REMINGTON 1861-1909 "THE SCALP" Bronze Sculpture Small And Heavy
                    Mar. 16, 2024

                    FREDERIC REMINGTON 1861-1909 "THE SCALP" Bronze Sculpture Small And Heavy

                    Est: $400 - $800

                    AFTER-FREDERIC REMINGTON 1861-1909 "THE SCALP" Bronze Sculpture Small And Heavy. Measures 12" Tall X 9.5" Long Overall. // Provenance: Private Florida Estate. Please carefully read our terms of sale, shipping information, and request any condition reports or photos prior to placing a bid. Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Because artwork, antiques and collectibles are known to be copied from pre-existing examples, the dating of such objects is often difficult to ascertain and opinions vary from expert to expert. Due to this, RB Fine Arts CFL Inc strongly suggests all potential bidders or a representative to meticulously inspect any and all items prior to bidding. Any reference to a specific time period and/or culture are only the opinion of RB Fine Arts CFL Inc and are not a guarantee of authenticity. If the bidder or a representative cannot inspect an item in person prior to the auction, then RB Fine Arts CFL Inc strongly suggests that you do not place a bid on the lot. RB Fine Arts CFL INC. shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the effects of aging. Please email for a condition report and photos, if desired. Emails should be received at least 48 hours in advance of the date of the auction. Please make sure you have read the Terms and Conditions* before you bid. ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS IS! Any registration and/or bid placed by you does guarantee RBFineArts CFL Inc. you have read and will abide by the following Terms and Conditions of the sale. We do expect all bidders and buyers to abide by the contracts they agree to when bidding and finalize ALL sales regardless of any reassessment. SHIPPING POLICY: RBFINEARTS SHIPPING IS OUR DEFAULT PACKING AND SHIPPING PARTNER. All lots will be released to them once payment has been received unless we are notified by email. RBFineArts Shipping 375 E Burleigh Blvd., Tavares, FL 32778 [email protected] or 877-660-3243. Alexandria is the manager of RBFineArts Shipping Inc., and you may contact her with any quotes or questions. IF YOU PREFER TO USE AN ALTERNATIVE SHIPPER YOU MUST EMAIL [email protected] TO ADVISE OUR OFFICES OF THE ALTERNATIVE COMPANY YOU WOULD PREFER TO PACK AND SHIP YOUR ITEM/S. No property will be released for shipping or pick-up until payment is made in full. Please note that a shipping charge is not included in the sale price. Any costs associated with the shipping, packing, and transport of an item are the responsibility of the buyer. RBFineArts CFL Inc. is not responsible for packing, shipping, or transport of any items from buyers invoice. Local Pick-up: Items for pick-up must be collected within fourteen (14) days of payment. Items remaining at RBFineArts CFL Inc offices at the expiration of fourteen (14) days past payment will be subject to storage fees of $10 per day per item. All storage fees must be paid before item/s will be released to the buyer or a representative. Any items remaining forty-five (45) calendar days following the date when the buyer completed payment on an invoice will be considered Abandoned Property of items on that invoice and will be subject to resale or disposal with no refund. Transportation for shipping of buyer's items: As a default upon payment, RBFineArts Shipping Inc. will pick up and transport your items from the offices of RBFineArts CFL Inc. ALL OTHER transport to any other third-party shipper there will be a 25.00 transport fee, there will be no exceptions for this condition. Your item/s will be transported one time per week only. Any issues with shipping or insurance are between the shipping company and the buyer. If you are not satisfied with our shipping options, please make other arrangements to ship your item and contact us about those shipping details. RBFineArts CFL Inc. is not responsible for any denied claims or damages from the shipping offices the buyer chooses. RBFineArts CFL Inc. does not make any warranty, guarantee, or promise as to the performance of any shipper. RBFineArts CFL Inc. (online auction) and RBFineArts Shipping Inc. (packing and shipping) are two separate companies and should not be assumed to be the same business. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected] or 352-508-5738. ***We at RBFineArts can only attribute this work based upon the quality and the presence of a signature, we are not an authentication service. We can only declare the work as attributed to based upon the factors mentioned.*** (Richie)

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                  • Frederic Remington The Masterworks
                    Mar. 14, 2024

                    Frederic Remington The Masterworks

                    Est: $10 - $1,000

                    By: Michael Edward Shapiro - Published By: Harry N. Abrams, Inc - Copyright: 1988 - Hardcover With Dust Jacket Dimensions: 11 1/4" X 9"

                    Berner's Auction Gallery
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