|Digital Broncho Buster
The Frederic Remington Art Museum has created the finest available reproduction of his famed Broncho Buster, 1895 from the original lifetime casting #23.
To purchase your digital bronze click here. If you would like to receive more information or to receive a brochure please contact Stephanie at 315-393-2425.
Coming soon: The Cheyenne
|Collier’s PrintsWe have available archival framed Collier color prints from the years between 1904 and 1911, representing eleven different images of varying sizes. These prints reflect the manner in which much of the public was first introduced to the art of Frederic Remington. Prices range from $1,095.00 to $2,195.00. If you would like to place an order click here.
For more information please contact Stephanie or Shirley at 315-393-2425.
|Frederic Remington Guitar
Now available in the Museum Shop. Contact Stephanie at 315.393.2425.
|The Frederic Remington Art Museum Tribute Rifle
America Remembers, in cooperation with the Frederic Remington Art Museum, has issued a working Winchester Model 94 rifle in caliber .30-30. Each "Frederic Remington Art Museum Tribute Rifle” is decorated with artwork in 24-karat gold with a special blackened silver-nitride background for maximum detail. One of Remington’s favorite subjects, the cavalry, is prominently displayed on the left side and featured on the right side are images of the Western frontier.
Only 300 of the Tribute Rifles will ever be produced.
Contact Shirley for more information at 315.393.2425.
|Limited 1st Edition: Icons of the West: Frederic Remington’s SculptureWritten by Michael D. Greenbaum and published by the Museum in 1996, this hardcover book describes each of Remington’s twenty-two bronze sculptures.
The 2nd edition is here! Icons of the West: Frederic Remington's Sculpture with an updated registry of the locations of each bronze reproduction!
Order your 2nd edition now. For more information please contact Stephanie at 315-393-2425.
|The Frederic Remington Art Museum Collection‘Drawing extensively on Remington’s letters, diaries and other archival materials, Dippie explores some one hundred of the most important works in the collection.’ These words best describe this 264 page publication by historian Brian W. Dippie.
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