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After Frederic Remington (American, 1861-1909), patinated bronze reproduction of "The Bronco Buster", early to mid-20th century

After Frederic Remington (American, 1861-1909), patinated bronze reproduction of "The Bronco Buster", early to mid-20th century

Product Description:

Depicting a cowboy riding a saddled bronco, mounted on a marble base, impressed on the base "Copyright by Frederick Remington" and with a triangle within a circle mark under the horse's tail.

Dimensions:

Height 17.5 in,

Length 25 in.

Width 11 in.

Condition:

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About The Artist:

Frederic Remington (1861- 1909) was an American artist and writer who specialized in subjects of the Old American West. Originally from New York, Remington took his first trip to the West in 1882 at the age of 19. That trip to Montana led to the publication of his first illustrations in Harper's Bazaar. Remington's illustrations and articles closely followed the wars against Native Americans in the West, and his works were published in many more magazines including Outing Magazine, The Century Magazine as well as a book published by Theodore Roosevelt entitled Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail. Remington began creating sculptures in 1895, from which he created 22 different subjects in clay, then cast in bronze. Continuing to work in the West, Remington purchased a home in Kansas and traveled between there and his more permanent home in New York. His travels West allowed him to capture inspiration to later work on in his studio.

 

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