An Old Bronze Statue after Remington (Circa 1960's) NOT A MODERN REPRODUCTION!
The Sculpture shows a very nice patina. The artist signature is incised in the base.
The Stampede was Remington’s last sculpture; the model was completed in late 1909 just before Remington was struck with
appendicitis. Remington died in December 1909 before the first cast was made. The finishing touches were completed by Sally Farnham, Remington’s close friend who was also an artist.
In 1895 Remington began to make sculptures, producing 22 different subjects. He worked in clay. His clay models were cast in bronze at art foundries. His first four subjects were cast using the sand casting method at the Henry-Bonnard Co. In 1898 he began working exclusively with Roman Bronze Works, N.Y., which employed the lost wax casting method. His bronzes are listed in order of copyright.
1895 The Broncho Buster *
1896 The Wounded Bunkie**
1898 The Wicked Pony *
1898 The Scalp *
1900 The Norther
1901 The Cheyenne
1901 The Buffalo Signal
1902 Coming Through the Rye
1903 The Mountain Man
1904 The Sergeant
1905 The Rattlesnake
1905 Dragoons 1850
1906 The Outlaw
1906 Paleolithic Man
1907 The Horse Thief
1907 The Buffalo Horse
1908 The Cowboy
1908 The Savage
1909 Trooper of the Plains 1868
1909 The Broncho Buster (large version)
1909 The Stampede
* These sculptures were cast at the Henry-Bonnard Co. using the sand casting method, and also cast at Roman Bronze Works, NY using the lost-wax casting method.
** This sculpture was only cast at the Henry-Bonnard Co. using the sand casting method.
Frederic Remington (American 1861-1909) Old Solid Bronze Sculpture "The Stampede" (Circa 1960's)