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Lot 566

Remington, "The Warrior's Last Ride" 1908

Estimate: $200 - $400

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For your consideration this lot features, "The Warrior's Last Ride" by Frederic Remington, colour lithograph from the 1908 Collier's Portfolio titled ‘Eight New Remington Paintings’, Copyright 1908 By P. F. Collier & Son printed on lower left and Painted By Frederic Remington on lower right. Remington's signature is visible on the right bottom of the of the print. Frederic Sackrider Remington’s (1861-1909) raw reflections of the cowboy, cavalry, bronco busters and native American warriors, ultimately made the 19th-century artist the greatest artist America has ever produced. Remington was a brilliant painter capturing on canvas sweeping vistas, coarse and toughened figures; his works immortalizing moments of danger and conflict that defined the American West. Such as his portraying a warrior of the Crow nation faced with death at the hands of an enemy in Remington’s masterpiece “Ridden Down” or Vaqueros eluding native American warriors in pursuit the subject of his commissioned work “A Dash for the Timber.” Remington without fail remained steadfast to the life and death struggles of the individual under overwhelming forces, against all odds. Given the huge popularity of Frederic Remington's western artwork with the public, Collier's magazine began purchasing the publishing rights to Remington's work in 1901. Several years later, Collier's signed a multi-year contract with Remington to publish his works as covers, two-page centerfolds and one-page frontispieces in Collier's magazine. Collier's published Remington's images in the magazine about once a month. As Collier's had the publishing copyrights to Remington's work, it exploited those rights by creating special print portfolios of Remington's paintings that it sold to its magazine subscribers. The portfolios were heavily advertised in Collier's magazine. The prints in the 1909 portfolio are some of Remington's last and most mature artworks, as Remington died at the end of 1909. This wood framed print is in good overall condition, very slight age tanning noted, no marring exhibited. Wood frame exhibits some foxing, no other obvious marring noted. Visible art measures 8.75"W x 13"L, frame is 12.25"W x 17.75"L x .75"D

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