Online & Semi-permanent exhibition
Frederic Remington Art Museum
Ogdensburg, New York
“Remington Masterpieces” is a semi-permanent installation of some of the finest oil paintings and bronze sculptures in the Frederic Remington Art Museum’s collection. Each of the 18 paintings is shown in the original frame Remington chose for it. This exhibit includes the museum’s most famous painting, “Charge of the Rough Riders,” as well as 4 of the museum’s magnificent collections of Remington nocturnes. There are rare bronzes, such as “Polo,” of which only two casts were made, and a rare opportunity to compare two lifetime casts of “The Cheyenne.” “The Rattlesnake number 14,” on loan to the museum, was in the Oval Office during the Reagan and first Bush administrations.
View online here: https://fredericremington.org/current-exhibits-p1423.php
[Image: Frederic Remington, Waiting in the Moonlight, 1907 – 1909. Oil on canvas. Unsigned. Courtesy Frederic Remington Art Museum]