Amon Carter print details

Coming Through the Rye

Frederic Remington (1861-1909)

Object Details

  • Date

    1902, cast ca. 1916

  • Object Type

    Sculptures

  • Medium

    Bronze

  • Contributors

    Cast by Roman Bronze Works

  • Object Format

    Lost-wax casting

  • Dimensions

    29 3/4 x 30 7/8 x 28 1/4 in.

  • Edition

    No. 12 of an estimated 15 authorized casts, the first 8 of which were numbered lifetime casts. An additional two unnumbered prototypes were produced in the artist's lifetime. [estate cast]

  • Inscriptions

    On the base: Copyright by. \ Frederic Remington

    Plaque adhered to side of the base: PRESENTED TO MR. A. BARTON HEPBURN \ BY THE OFFICERS OF THE CHASE NATIONAL BANK OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK \ AS A TOKEN OF THEIR ADMIRATION AND AFFECTION FOR A PERSONAL FRIEND, A PROFOUND SCHOLAR, AND A BRILLIANT BANKER \ ALBERT H. WIGGIN GERHARD M DAHL WILLIAM E. PURDY M. HADDEN HOWELL \ EUGENE V. R. THAYER ALFRED C. ANDREWS CHARLES D. SMITH S. FREDERICK TELLEEN \ SAMUEL H. MILLER CHARLES C. SLADE WILLIAM P. HOLLY ROBERT I. BARR \ EDWARD H. TINKER EDWIN A. LEE GEORGE H. SAYLOR SEWALL S. SHAW \ CARL J. SMIDLAPP LEON H. JOHNSTON \ JANUARY 1, 1918

    Inside the base, inscribed: N[o] 12

    Foundry Mark:

    On the side of the base: ROMAN BRONZE WORKS N- Y-

  • Collection Name

    Amon G. Carter Collection

  • Credit Line

    Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas, Amon G. Carter Collection

  • Accession Number

    1961.23

  • Copyright

    Public domain

Additional details

Location: On view
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