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  1. Frederic Remington Art Museum Collection by Brian W. Dippie, 2001-04-01
  2. Frederic Remington by Peter H. Hassrick, 1988-12-12
  3. Frederic Remington: 2 by Manley, Mangum, 1988-11-14
  4. Frederic Remington (Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists) by Mike Venezia, 2003-03
  5. Frederic Remington by Peggy Samuels, Harold Samuels, 1985-03
  6. Frederic Remington: 173 Drawings and Illustrations by Frederic Remington, 1972-06-01
  7. The Remington Studio by Frederic Remington, 1981
  8. Frederic Remington's Own West: Twenty-Six Tales by Harold McCracken, 1994-04
  9. Frederic Remington: The Color of Night by Nancy Anderson, 2003-04-01
  10. Frederic Remington (Library of American Art) by James K. Ballinger, 1989-10-01
  11. Frederic Remington: Selected Writings by Frederic Remington, 1986-02
  12. The Frederic Remington Book. A Pictorial History of the West. by Harold McCracken, 1966
  13. Cuba in War Time by Richard Harding Davis, Frederic Remington, 2010-02-09
  14. Frederick Remington Paintings Drawings and Sculpture in the Amon Carter Museum and the Sid W Richardson Foundation Collections by Peter Hassrick, 1975

1. Frederic Remington
Frederic Remington images Chapin. Books on Frederic Remington The Frederic Remington Art Museum Collection, by Brian Dippie. Frederic
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See also: American Art VIEW IMAGE LIST "'Art', wrote Frederic Remington in 1905, 'is a she-devil of a mistress, and if at times in earlier days she would not even stoop to my way of thinking, I have persevered and will so continue.' "He had just been describing one particular "earlier day" around a Montana campfire in 1881, when an old-timer who had also come out there from New York and had since spent his life following the frontier, convinced him that "there is no more West." At which point Remington decided to "try to record some facts around me." "So doing, he not only aimed himself towards a lucrative career, but helped to inaugurate the world-wide bonanza called the Old West, or the Wild West, of which there would always seem to be more. This would have interested Remington Senior, a man of somewhat venturesome but practical affairs, who was chagrined when in 1879 his son chose the art school at Yale instead of a business course. Young Frederic was even more chagrined when he got there and found at the art school a classic approach to art principles and to drawing. That was when he first noticed the she-devil refusing to stoop.

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Frederic Remington
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GENERAL: Frederick Remington was one of the greatest painters, sculptors, and illustrators of his time. He illustrated scenes of war during the Spanish-American War. BIOGRAPHY: Frederic Remington was born in 1861 in Canton, New York, the son of a Republican newspaper publisher named Seth Pierre who was a Colonel in the cavalry and a Civil war commander. His mother was named Clara Sackrider. From his father, he inherited an interest in the cavalry and military operations. He did not, however, inherit his father’s trim figure, as Remington was 5 foot 9 inches and weighed in at 300 pounds. In his youth, Remington enjoyed hunting and was also an avid horseman. Remington attended the Highland Military Academy in Worcester, Massachusetts through his high school years. Afterwards, he was educated at the Yale College School of Art where he was not the best of students and preferred playing football over art. He returned home in 1880 after the death of his father. He was given a minor position in the state capitol through the influence of an uncle. His first cartoon was printed (and redrawn) by Harper’s Weekly in 1882. He is today considered one of the premier illustrators of his time. He detested the commercialization of art; he felt publishers sacrificed art and truth to action and sensationalism. Remington preferred to draw his favorite subject, horses, but he also enjoyed drawing Indians, soldiers, and cowboys.

3. Frederic Remington
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4. Frederic Remington --  Encyclopædia Britannica
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5. REMINGTON FREDERIC SACKRIDER Fine Art Artist: Artists At Auction Database
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REMINGTON FREDERIC SACKRIDER - [2000+2001+2002+2003] / Rank: 148
Painting: USD 4700000 / EUR 4472744: "A Reconnaissance" Sculpture-Installation: USD 3300000 / EUR 2626087: "The Norther" Drawing-Watercolour: USD 230000 / EUR 190486: "Pony War Dance"
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Coming through the Rye
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Pony War Dance
Cowboy Fun in Old Mexico
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Frederic Remington, Education on the Internet Frederic Remington was born in New York in 1861. After attending Yale University he
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Frederic Remington was born in New York in 1861. After attending Yale University he became a cowboy and began drawing pictures of the Wild West. He submitted some of these to Harper's Monthly but they were only published after they were re-drawn. Remington's work improved and he was eventually employed as a staff artist.
Remington's illustrations in magazines like Harper's Monthly and Scribner's Magazine made him into a household name. In 1888 Theodore Roosevelt a sked him to illustrate Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail . He also provided the art work for Longfellow's The Song of Hiawatha Pony Tracks (1895) and The Way of an Indian
For several years Remington also worked as a journalist and provided reports and pictures of major events such as the Indian Wars and the Spanish-American War. Frederic Remington died in 1909.

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Frederic Remington. Frederic Remington (1861 1909) was an American painter and sculptor who specialized in depictions of the American West.
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Frederic Remington ) was an American painter and sculptor who specialized in depictions of the American West
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Frederic Remington: The Color of Night
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Publish Date: April 2003 Format: Hardcover Compare prices for this book Frederic Remington AUTHOR: Elizabeth Van Steenwyk ISBN: 0531201724 Publish Date: January 1994 Format: Hardcover Compare prices for this book Ranch Life and the Hunting-Trail AUTHOR: Theodore Roosevelt, Frederic Remington (Illustrator) ISBN: 1885852150 Publish Date: November 2000 Format: Paperback Compare prices for this book Frederic Remington AUTHOR: Ernestine Giesecke ISBN: 1575729512 Publish Date: October 1999 Format: Hardcover Compare prices for this book Cuba in War Time AUTHOR: Davis, Richard Harding

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Frederic Remington. Frederic Remington was only 38 when he died in 1909, but his legacy lives on as one of the premier western artists in America s history.
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oil on canvas, 1908 Frederic Remington Frederic Remington was only 38 when he died in 1909, but his legacy lives on as one of the premier western artists in America's history. Nearly all of Remington's early and mid-period paintings depict critical moments in the physical activities of men and horses. His late works feature an impressionistic style of color and content. From a reliance on forceful outline drawing, Remington moved towards a more painterly style that employed many small strokes of complementary colors to form images and suggest mood. This style change brought Remington into the company of many of his painting colleagues who had adapted some of the tenets of French impressionism to American subject and color. Remington was deeply interested in the artistic currents of his time. His subject matter, however, was nearly always drawn from either his native Adirondack country or his spiritual home in the American West. Particularly in the case of the West did his empathy lead to numerous paintings and sculptures that were immediately accepted as icons, influencing other artists, writers, film makers, and, indeed, the visual vocabulary of the entire nation.

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A Dash for the Timber Frederic remington frederic Remington, American, 18611909 1889, Oil on canvas, 48 1/2 x 84 1/8 inches Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth
A Dash for the Timber
Frederic Remington
Frederic Remington, American, 1861-1909
1889, Oil on canvas, 48 1/2 x 84 1/8 inches
Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas
About the Artist

Frederic Remington grew up in New York state near the Saint Lawrence River. Though his artistic training was limited to only three semesters at the Yale College of Art and three months at the Art Students League in New York, he became an influential portrayer of the American West. His first trip to the western U.S. was in 1881, when he vacationed in the Montana Territory.
Two years later Remington moved to Kansas. While working to become a successful artist, he struggled at several different ventures that included a sheep ranch, a hardware store and a saloon. He returned to New York City in 1885 and began to do illustrations for Harper's Weekly, the largest pictorial newspaper at that time in the world. He soon became one of their best artists.
From 1885 to 1888, Remington made several trips to the southwestern United States to report on the U.S. Cavalry and the Apache Indians. The landscape and the dramatic events he witnessed were an important influence on his development as an artist. He wrote observations in his diary, made many sketches, collected artifacts, and took photographs with the latest photographic equipment available. Back in his New York studio, Remington used these aids to develop paintings that were as realistic as possible in every detail.

11. Frederic Remington
Frederic Remington (17 Items Found). Click Here To View Thumbnails -. (An Old Time Trapper). Artist Frederic Remington Medium Chromolithograph, Date 1901.

12. Welcome To The Frederic Remington Art Museum
frederic remington Art Museum 303 Washington Street Ogdensburg, New York 13669 Phone 315393-2425 Fax 315-393-4464 Image
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Coming in July Selected works 1997 - 2004
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frederic remington American Painter and Sculptor, 18611909 Guide to pictures of works by frederic remington in art museum sites and image archives worldwide
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Museums and Art Galleries: Columbia Museum of Art , South Carolina
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Metropolitan Museum of Art
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17 works online Metropolitan Museum of Art , New York The Mountain Man (Zoom) Museum of Fine Arts , Houston (Requires "Zoomify" image viewer) A New Year on the Cimarron (A Courier's Halt to Feed) Museum of Fine Arts , Houston (Requires "Zoomify" image viewer) 8 works , Oklahoma In From the Night Herd Sid Richardson Collection of Western Art , Texas Self-Portrait on a Horse , C.1890 Sid Richardson Collection of Western Art , Texas 8 paintings Amon Carter Museum , Texas The Fall of the Cowboy Amon Carter Museum , Texas The Rattlesnake , bronze statue, 1909 Appleton Museum of Art , Florida General Miles Indian Campaign Canadian Museum of Civilization Clark Art Institute , Massachusetts The Scout: Friends or Foes , C.1900-05

14. American Masters . Frederic Remington | PBS
With his dynamic representations of cowboys and cavalrymen, bronco busters and braves, 19thcentury artist frederic remington created a mythic image of the
W In the mid-1890s, Remington turned his talent to sculpture and quickly mastered the medium. In bronzes such as "The Bronco Buster" and "The Cheyenne," he gave a new dimension to his subjects, charging them with such detail, movement, and energy they seemed ready to leap to life. Remington briefly interrupted his work with Western themes in 1898 when he went to Cuba as a war correspondent and illustrator during the Spanish Civil War. He was deeply disillusioned by the realities of war, finding it not heroic, but appalling. Retiring to an island retreat on the St. Lawrence River, he continued to perfect his craft, creating much of his most famous work. In 1908, Remington made his last trip West, and died soon after of appendicitis at the age of forty-eight.
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frederic remington Art Museum. frederic remington. was born in nearby Canton, NY in 1861. His father was a Civil War Hero and his mother came from a prosperous family.
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F rederic Remington was born in nearby Canton, NY in 1861. His father was a Civil War Hero and his mother came from a prosperous family. Frederic demonstrated great interest in horses and military things at an early age, and was sent to the Highland Military Academy in Massachusetts for secondary schooling. Developing an insatiable appetite for art, Remington received his first formal art training at Yale and the Art Students League, but left college before graduating to pursue the adventure and excitement of the western frontier. He gathered information, made sketches and took photographs which he later used at his home in New Rochelle, NY to create his paintings and bronzes. He died in 1909 of complications following an appendectomy, and is buried in Canton, NY.
Remington's paintings and sculptures are owned by museums and private collectors throughout the world, with the largest collection located here in Ogdensburg at the Frederic Remington Art Museum. Through his heroic and savage depictions of cowboys, soldiers and indians, Remington glorified the theme of the West as the American Frontier.
Remington is credited as being the primary imagemaker of the historic west. His bronzes are a landmark in the history of bronze casting in both form and subject matter.

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The art of Frederic Remington defined the American West during his lifetime and played a major role in creating the popular image of the West that persists today. In both painting and sculpture, he portrayed the action and drama of the West. Remington's subjects, the military, the cowboy and the American Indian, centered on conflict. In some of his best works, conflict was not only the subject, but also created the aesthetic tension of the artwork. Although closely identified with the American West, Remington actually spent much of his life in the East. Born October 4, 1861 in Canton, New York, Frederic was the only child of Seth Pierre Remington and Clara Bascomb Sackrider Remington. Remington attended the Yale College School of the Fine Arts for three semesters beginning in 1878 and also played football on the Yale team. After his father died, he left school and started working as a reporter. In 1881 he made his first trip west to Montana Territory and subsequently he sold his first sketch of cowboys to

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18. Frederic S. Remington Biography
Short biography. One illustration.
Remington illustrated his own story about bird hunting,
"The Blue Quail of the Cactus", published in Harper's Monthly
Few artists of the American West could equal the breadth of experience of FREDERIC SACKRIDER REMINGTON (1861-1909) . From the Santa Fe Trail to the Oregon Trail, he came to possess firsthand knowledge as a rancher, a military scout, a hunter and trapper, and as a reporter. Few of his contemporaries were equally devoted to capturing that particular historical moment, the three brief decades that saw the taming of the expansive and dangerous western frontier. Looking back at his career in 1905, Remington wrote: "I knew the wild riders and the vacant land were about to vanish forever...and the more I considered the subject, the bigger the forever loomed. Without knowing how to do it, I began to record some facts around me, and the more I looked the more the panorama unfolded."
As did his talent. His evolving clarity of purpose and the naturally vivid subject matter inspired Remington to compulsively record the details, producing thousands of illustrations in the course of his twenty-three year career. Their accuracy, immediacy and drama, anchored by his equestrian expertise, fused his functions as artist and historian.

19. Moonlighting: Frederic Remington's Nocturnes
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, the greatest illustrator of the old American West, didn't have to be carried kicking and screaming into the 20th century. Handsome, clever, rich, he decided to show the Eastern critical establishment a trick or two. In the early years of the 20th century he undertook a series of nocturnes; a tricky subject for a painter both artistically and technically. The results are on display at the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., in a new show, The Color of Night , that brings almost thirty of these works together for the first time.
Young Frederic, the son of a Civil War hero, aspired to a military career, but his talent for drawing led him to Yale University where he majored in art and played football. In the spring of 1883 he moved west, trying (and failing) to run a sheep ranch and then a saloon, all the time sketching the people and landscapes around him. When Harper Brothers, the New York magazine publishers, bought some of these sketches, Remington was on his way to becoming the preferred observer of western life for eastern audiences.
Before he reached his fortieth birthday, Remington had become hugely successful as an illustrator, a sculptor and a writer, but critical recognition eluded him. Like so many of America's immensely talent popular entertainers, he wanted to be taken seriously as an artist by the eastern elites.

20. Frederic Remington, (1861-1909) - Lawrence J. Cantor And Company
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