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Frederic Remington 'Coming Through the Rye' Sculpture

  Lot # J222
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Frederic Remington 'Coming Through the Rye' Sculpture

Bring the dynamic action of the Wild West home with this robust Bristol Pewter sculpture, inspired by Frederic Remington's "Coming Through The Rye". The sculpture exuberantly captures four cowboys on horseback, their spirited horses close together, as they seemingly emerge from the artwork, guns raised high in the air.

  • Composition: Cast Pewter Sculpture, after the original by Frederic Remington
  • Marked: "Coming Through The Rye" by Frederic Remington ©1982
  • Identification: Bristol Pewter label affixed to underside
  • Base: Elegantly mounted on a wooden base
  • Proportion Reference: Comparable to a standard soup can (soup sold separately)

The sculpture is in good condition with no compromising defects noted.

Size and Weight:
Weight: Approximately 15 lbs
Dimensions: 10" Width x 11" Height x 9" Depth

About Frederic Remington: Renowned for his realistic and vivid depictions of the cowboys, Native Americans, and the U.S. Cavalry of the American West, Remington's sculptures and paintings are celebrated for their depiction of the Western frontier. As with his predecessors and peers like C.M. Russell, Remington's artistry endures in collections and galleries, and continues to influence the perception and understanding of the American West's historical narrative.

Lot # J222
System ID # 15194348
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