Frederic Remington 1861–1909, A Dash for the Timber, c.1889
- 100% Silk
- 118cm x 98cm
- Designed and Printed in Britain
Between 1885 and 1888 Fredric Remington made a number of trips to the American Southwest, principally to cover the U.S. Cavalry and its pursuit of the Apaches. A Dash for the Timber was his first significant work and launched his career as a major painter when it was exhibited to critical acclaim at the National Academy. This action-filled portrayal of the struggle of life on a dangerous frontier illustrates a group of cowboys being pursued by a group of Native Americans. The colours and fine details of the scene really bring to life the chaos of the life and death pursuit.
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