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Object name: Buffalo Bill in the Limelight

Accession Number: 23.71

Date : ca. 1899

Gloss: Remington had a long association with his friend, William F. Cody. He visited Cody's Wild West exhibitions on a number of occasions, using the visits to sketch western subjects. Remington produced this painting along with several other illustrations for the biography of Cody, Last of the Great Scouts, written by his sister Helen Cody Wetmore in 1899.

Dimensions: H: 27.25 in, width: 40 in, Frame height: 35.5 in, Frame width: 48.5 in, frame depth: 3.25 in

Credit Line: Gift of The Coe Foundation, H.P. Skoglund, Ernest Goppert, Sr. and John S. Bugas

Inscription: LL: Frederic Remington

Synopsis: Painting- Buffalo Bill in the Limelight- Remington, Frederic- oil on canvas- Figure- William F. Cody- Indian- Group- illustration- Buffalo Bill's Wild West- Animal- LL: Frederic Remington

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