New York: P. F. Collier & Son, 1906. Color relief half-tone. 10 1/2 x 18. Very good condition.
Nowhere is the American West to be found more completely illustrated than in the works of Frederic Remington. After having lived and worked for a number of years in the waning days of the “Wild West,” Remington moved to New York where he developed a reputation as the foremost illustrator of the American West. He developed a close relationship with the Collier’s publishing firm, which produced his images in a number of formats. This included views after his paintings from Collier’s Weekly magazine, from which this attractive scene comes.
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