Through his paintings, illustrations, sculptures, and writings, Frederic Sackrider Remington earned esteem as a chronicler par excellence of the old American West.
When he died in 1909 in Connecticut, Remington left a body of work that was popular with the public but largely ignored by “serious” museums and art collectors. Since then, though, Remington’s paintings, drawings, sculptures and illustrations have become prized by collectors and curators around the world, and prominent museums.
Artist: Frederic Remington, American (1861 – 1909)
Title: Buffalo Signal
Medium: Bronze, mounted on a marble base
Signed: Top Left Front (sculpture base)
Measurement: H 35 ½ ” x L 24” x W 8 ½ ”
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