More than any other artist of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Frederic Remington's art shaped America's vision of the West. Remington Looking West
explores how Remington saw the West, how he created his images, and how his vision evolved throughout his career. Sterling and Francine Clark purchased three works by the artist that exemplify Remington's highest artistic achievements: the paintings Friends or Foes? (The Scout)
and Dismounted (The Fourth Troopers Moving the Led Horses)
, and the sculpture The Wounded Bunkie
. Remington Looking West
focuses on these iconic works, placing them with others from public and private collections to give a fuller context to the artist's career.
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