Frederic Remington (1861-1909) was an American Painter and Sculptor who skillfully depicted many scenes of the American West. His commissioned relationship with the Harper’s Weekly magazine allowed him to pursue a career in illustration and art specializing in scenes involving soldiers, pioneers, cowboys, scouts, and Indians. Our SegPlay collection contains over 30 of his most recognizable works including Fight for the Waterhole, Return of a Blackfoot Party, The Smoke Signal, The Scout: Friends or Foes?, Pool in the Desert, Self Portrait on a Horse, The Outlier, and His First Lesson. Other patterns included showcase Remington’s unique depiction of horses, buffaloes, moose, and other animals, as well as US Cavalry troops, Native American Indians and Comanche, Mexican Vaqueros and American cowboys.
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