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Frederic Remington Artist's Proofs


Frederic Remington is probably the best known artist of Western subjects. Many of his paintings depicted the grandeur of the scenery and the people while others focused on the mundane activities of the cowboys. Through these illustrations of common scenes in a cowboy's life Remington elevated and glorified life in the West. These prints, artist's proofs of oil paintings done for Collier's magazine, portray ordinary men going about their daily routine. Each has a paper tag with a facsimile of Remington's Signature and the title of the print.

003Remington05

"Bringing Home the New Cook" Signed in the plate "Frederic Remington" Copyright 1912 by P.F. Collier & Son. 12.5" wide x 8.5" high. Mat measures 18" wide x 13.25" high. The mat is lightly soiled and faded, the print is fine. (Stock number 003Remington05) $100.00

003Remington04

"Benighted for a Dry Camp" Signed in the plate "Frederic Remington" Copyright 1912 by P.F. Collier & Son. 12.5" wide x 8.5" high. Mat measures 18" wide x 13.25" high. The mat is lightly soiled and faded, the print is fine. (Stock number 003Remington04) $100.00 SOLD

003Remington06

"The Quarrel" depicts the moment between the insult and the fight. Cowboys around a campfire are alarmed by what they know is coming. Signed in the plate "Frederic Remington" Copyright 1912 by P.F. Collier & Son. 12.5" wide x 8.5" high. Mat measures 18" wide x 13.25" high. The mat is faded, the print is fine. (Stock number 003Remington06) $100.00 SOLD


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