Frederic remington

Delve into the captivating world of Frederic Remington, a renowned American artist known for his iconic depictions of the Old West. Discover the beauty and history behind his masterpieces and be inspired to explore the untamed spirit of the frontier.
Frederic Remington (1861-1909) - Scouts Climbing a Mountain, 1891 Mar Del Plata, Climbing A Mountain, American Indian Wars, Google Art, Frederic Remington, Western Books, Google Art Project, Western Artwork, Into The West

Frederic Sackrider Remington (1861 – 1909) was an American painter, illustrator, sculptor, and writer who specialised in depictions of the Old American West featuring depictions of Cowboys, American Indians and the U.S. Cavalry. For more biographical notes and for earlier works, see part 1 also. This is part 2 of a 7-part post on the works of Frederic Remington: 1889 Conjuring Back the Buffalo oil on canvas Tacoma Art Museum, Washington 1889 Hiawatha's Friends oil on canvas ( en grisaille )…

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Sid Richardson Museum: A Figure of the Night (The Sentinel) by Frederic Remington Color Of Night, Brooklyn Museum Of Art, Frederic Remington, Western Artwork, Western Artist, West Art, Cowboy Art, Musée D'orsay, National Gallery Of Art

Rather than dominate the scene, the Indigenous American in A Figure of the Night blends into the surrounding environment. One can see him as a lookout, camouflaged by the trees behind, wearing a worried expression. Perhaps he is a boy doing a man’s job. The shadows on the snow in front of him and the dark woods behind encircle him like the jaws of a giant trap. There is imminent danger here and it is up to the viewer looking out from the woods to guess what it might be. The story, in short…

Sid Richardson Museum