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Object name: The Cheyenne

Accession Number: 17.71

Date : 1902

Gloss: In much of Remington's work during his early career, the Indian served as a symbolic foe - a hostile and resistant force set squarely in the path of progress. The Cheyenne carries, in the sweep of his dynamic charge and grimacing expression, the bold presence and resolute gesture of Native peoples in desperate defense of their world.

Dimensions: H: 22.5 in, overall length: 23.75 in, Base Width: 7.75 in, Base Length: 14.5 in, Base Width: 7.25 in

Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Henry H.R. Coe

Inscription: Front right top of base: Frederic Remington, Rear right top of base: ROMAN BRONZE WORKS N.Y., Rear left side of base; Copyrighted 1902 by/ Frederic Remington, Underneath base - center 9

Synopsis: Sculpture- The Cheyenne- Remington, Frederic- Roman Bronze Works- bronze- Figure- Indian- Front right top of base: Frederic Remington, Rear right top of base: ROMAN BRONZE WORKS N.Y., Rear left side of base; Copyrighted 1902 by/ Frederic Remington, Underneath base - center 9

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