Amon Carter print details

Types of Saddle Horses

Frederic Remington (1861-1909)

Object Details

  • Date

    ca. 1892

  • Medium

    Ink and opaque watercolor on paper

  • Dimensions

    29 1/4 x 21 in.

  • Inscriptions


    c.l. inscribed: "A weight carrier."-

    c.r. inscribed: "Park - hack"-

    l.l. inscribed: Frederic Remington.

    l.l. inscribed: "Ladies saddler."

    l.r. inscribed: "A Smoothe [sic] Trot."-

    l.r. inscribed: 4.


    [removed] brown paper label in ink: Mr. Gulliver's Horse article - "weekly" - \ - \ - Idealized types of saddle horses. -

    [removed] pink printed label: OWNER \ MELLON, MR. PAUL [typewritten] \ GPO 368968 \ ARTIST REMINTON, Frederic [typewritten] \ TITLE Types of Saddle Horses [typewritten] \ National Gallery of Art PM 6498 [typewritten]

    [removed] white printed label: • GRAHAM GALLERY • 1014 MADISON AVENUE NEW YORK 10021 [logo] \ ARTIST Frederic Remington (1861-1909) [typewritten] \ TITLE Types of Saddle Horses [typewritten] \ MEDIUM gouache [typewritten] \ SIZE 20 1/2" x 29" [typewritten] # \ Illust.: Harper's Weekly, Nov. 19, 1892 in [typewritten] \ "Types of Saddle Horses" by Wm. C. Gulliver, pg. [typewritten] \ 1112 [typewritten]

  • Credit Line

    Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas, Bequest of Paul Mellon

  • Accession Number


  • Copyright

    Public domain

Additional details

Location: Off view
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