After Frederic Remington; Scalp

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After Fredric Remington; Scalp

During the Spanish-American War Frederic Remington was a war correspondent and artist. Remington was primarily a reporter, recording the image of the thing seen. His work is notable for its rendering of swift action and its accuracy of detail. In 1895 he created “The Bronco Buster”, the first of his well-known bronze sculptures.

Remington’s forth bronze and his first of a Native American Subject, was copyrighted in December 1898 as “The Triumph.” The more common title, “Scalp”, refers specifically to the lock of hair that the figure mounted bareback on a horse as he holds aloft in his right fist.


Frederic Remington (After)








Approximately 22” x 14.5” x 8”

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