A set of eight framed collotype color prints after paintings by famous western American artist FREDERIC REMINGTON (1861-1909), originally published by Collier's Magazine, which had a contract with Remington. He was to paint a painting a month, and the prints derived from the painting would be widely distributed. The prints all bear in tiny type at lower left margin "COPYRIGHT 1909 BY P.F. COLLIER & SON". The titles of these eight prints: "The Warrior's Last Ride"; "With the Eye of the Mind"; "On the Southern Plains in 1860"; "Indians Simulating Buffalo"; "The Dead Men"; "The Pool in the Desert"; "The Snow Trail"; and "The Sentinel". All were identically framed in light wood, probably in the 1950's or 1960's. Measurements as framed 12" by 17 1/4". Most of the prints have condition issues, in the margins, including short edge tears, small digs, water stains, discolored areas (including red stains), creases, etc. Mats would hide virtually all of these issues; the images themselves are in good condition and the colors remain vivid. Remington is considered to be the foremost turn-of-the-century illustrator, painter and sculptor of western action-packed subject matter, including cowboys, Indians, horses, soldiers, etc. His original paintings and bronzes of course are exceedingly valuable and are in major private and public collections.