Bronze " The Riding Horse " - Early XXth century

20th century
Other style
From: 44810, Héric, France

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    Important bronze with brown patina after Frederic Remington (1861-1909) American painter, draftsman and sculptor.
    This work represents a horse rearing up at the sight of a snake. The tension between the two animals makes the position of the unfortunate cowboy uncomfortable, even delicate.
    The rider, with a gun in his belt, wearing waders and a hat that he tries to keep on his head, clings desperately to his frightened mount.
    This scene, suspended in time, retraces the great hours of the American Far West, and will appeal to aficionados of an era marked by the "conquest of the West".
    Period : Beginning of XXth century

    Excellent condition.

    Possible shipment by colissimo with careful packaging and adapted protection.

    Dimensions :
    Height : 49 cm
    Length : 40 cm
    Width : 17 cm
    Weight : 13,65 kg

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    Reference 303U

    Ref: L4M74K5W6E

    Style Other style (Animal sculptures bronzes of Other style Style)
    Century 20th century (Animal sculptures bronzes 20th century)
    Artist Frederic Remington
    Length (cm) 40
    Width (cm) 17
    Height (cm) 49
    Weight (Kg) 13.65
    Materials Patinated Bronze 
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days
    Location 44810, Héric, France

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