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Lot 1090: Frederick Remington "Indians Simulating Buffalo, 1908" Offset Lithograph

Est: $600 USD - $900 USDSold:
Morgan AuctionsMay 26, 2024Egg Harbor Township, NJ, US

Item Overview

Description

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.

Artist or Maker

Condition Report

Good condition. No major rips, tears, etc.

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Auction Details

Morgan Auctions End of May Sale

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Morgan Auctions
May 26, 2024, 10:00 AM EST

2547 Fire Road Suite B2, Egg Harbor Township, NJ, 08234, US

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