Rights and Reproductions is a museum function that provides Remington photography, in the form of black and white prints, color transparencies and digital images for publication.
What is available?
The museum rents photography of artworks and other primary material in its collection. A near complete archive of magazine pages bearing Remington illustrations is also a resource for black and white reproduction.
Resources for identifying Remington images:
1. The Frederic Remington Art Museum Collection by Brian W. Dippie, published 2000 by Frederic Remington Art Museum. This book has pictures of all of the museum's Remington bronzes, most of the paintings and drawings and some of the archival photographs. (Cost: Hardcover - $49.50/Softcover - $37.50)
2. Frederic Remington: A Catalogue Raisonné by Peter Hassrick and Melissa Webster, published in 1996 by the Buffalo Bill Historical Center. This book lists (with pictures) every known, signed Frederic Remington painting and drawing. It is indexed by subject, title and collection. (Cost: $150.00)
3. Icons of the West: Frederic Remington's Sculptures by Michael D. Greenbaum, published 1996 by Frederic Remington Art Museum shows pictures of all twenty-two subjects in bronze. An appendix lists the known whereabouts of each cast. (Cost: $49.95)
4. Our website is full of images, especially under the section "The Art." There are also many photos of and by Frederic Remington and others under "The Museum" then "Scrapbooks."
What does it cost?
Rental of a black and white image costs $15.00, plus $50.00 for the right to reproduce it. The total cost is $65.00.
Rental of a color image is $35.00 plus $100.00 to reproduce it. The total cost is $135.00.
How does the rental process work?
Print the image use permit linked below, complete and sign it, making a copy for your records. Mail the permit to Laura Desmond at the Frederic Remington Art Museum with full payment. We will send you the requested photography once we have received payment and the completed form. Once your printing has been done, you need to return the photography to the museum.
Image Use Permit (requires Adobe Acrobat)