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He traces the events of Remington’s life and makes extensive use of literary and art criticism and nineteenth-century American social cultural and military history in interpreting his work. You are leaving VitalSource and being redirected to Frederic Remington and the West. Learn how to read digital books for free. This study of the complex relationship between Frederic Remington and the American West focuses on the artist's imagination and how it expressed itself. Publisher: University of Texas Press.
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Home Frederic Remington John Ermine of the Yellowstone. Old Major Ben Searles in particular used to centre his benevolent eyeson Ermine. No eye save that of a self-considering golden eagle looked on, and hesailed placidly far above. John Ermine of the Yellowstone, . 4. He had a boy back in the States, and if he had gone to someother school than West Point might have been a superintendent of anorphan asylum as easily as the soldier which he was. Ermine's quaintquestions gave him delicious little mental jolts. Ponies and mules strained and lathered, mensweated and grunted and banged to kill; nature lay naked andinsensate.
It is a well-written biography combining the contributions of some of the foremost Art names in America.
This is a grand volume about the consummate American painter: Frederick Remington. It is a well-written biography combining the contributions of some of the foremost Art names in America. It is scholarly (in a friendly way), thorough, poignant, insightful and candid. The reproductions of Remington's work are many and well-done and the selection is first-class. I could go on and on because Remington was such a vibrant personality and his career such a boisterous, vivid walk through Life.