Outlaw, Finest Lost Wax Bronze Sculpture By Frederic Remington ~ Monumental

$5,565.00

This remarkable monumental sculpture is cast in the finest American bronze by the superior lost wax casting process one piece at at a time and finished in a dark brown patina like all the original Remingtons. Dimensions:  66″H x 48″L

Description

The Outlaw, Fredric Remington’s 14th sculpture is a remarkable composition because the horse is balancing on one front leg which presented a challenge to show in a bronze. Remington worked closely with Riccardo Bertelli, the head of the Roman Bronze Works foundry on this model and sent a Christmas card with a sketch of this model and asked “Can you cast him?” to which Bertelli replied “Do you think I am one of the Wright brothers?” The foundry was able to use their lost wax casting technique to cast this complicated work, in which the horse and rider are balanced on one front hoof in suspended animation. The bucking horse’s rump is straight up in the air and the cowboy leans back, balancing himself in the saddle as he keeps his seat.

This remarkable monumental sculpture is cast in the finest American bronze by the superior lost wax casting process one piece at at a time and finished in a dark brown patina like all the original Remingtons. Dimensions:  66″H x 48″L

 

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Dimensions 48 × 66 in

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