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"At Last"
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"At Last"

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By: Frederic Remington

Date: 1901 / 1912 New York City

Dimensions: 16 x 2 inches

This is an original lithograph print of Frederic Remington's painting "At Last".  The print was published by Collier's Weekly out of New York City. 

The scene depicts four rifled men on horses shooting an immense bear in the background.  Three hunting dogs surround the frightened animal, as the hunters take aim.  Tufts of grass and snowy mountaintops enhance the scenery. Beneath the print is text about the bear who tormented them.:

"Three years he fooled us smooth and slick, From Spittin' Cat to Dewlap Creek; Both sides the river, he would spree, From Dutchy's to Bar-Circle-Zee. We chased his most to break our backs, And found just nothin' save his tracks. Up, Down, acrost, he ate his fill of steers and heifers, too, until down by Dinwiddie's Canyon rim We handled our respects to him."

Frederic Remington was an American painter, illustrator, and sculptor who specialized in the realistic portrayal of the Wild West. From cowboys and Native Americans, to U.S. Cavalry, officers of the law, emigrant settlers, Frederic Remington presented a window for the rest of the world into the beautiful, calamitous, unpredictable, and dangerous nature of Western America during the last quarter of the 19th century.

His style was naturalistic, sometimes impressionistic and he focused on the people and animals of the West, portraying men almost exclusively. He is known for being one of the first American artists to illustrate the true gait of the horse in motion and the galloping horse became Remington's signature subject, which was copied and interpreted by many subsequent Western artists.

Collier’s Magazine was a weekly periodical that can best be described as American, general interest featuring vibrant, original illustrated covers with articles and short stories by famous writers such as Winston Churchill, Ernest Hemingway, Jack London, John Steinbeck, and Kurt Vonnegut that often focused on historical and political events. The magazine was founded in 1888 by the Irish immigrant Peter Collier and ran until January 8, 1957.

Remington’s illustration appeared in many issues of Collier’s magazine but was also issued as separate prints in portfolios, intended for framing.

Condition: This print is in A condition with ample margins on all sides.

Inventory #92104

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