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Object name: The Wild, Spectacular Race for Dinner

Accession Number: 44.83

Date : 1904-1905

Gloss: In 1904, N.C. Wyeth made his first trip out West, even though as a young art student he had already obtained several commissions for Western illustrations. He worked for three weeks on a cattle roundup in Colorado which provide the inspiration for a series of paintings about cowboys.

Dimensions: H: 38.125 in, width: 26 in, Frame height: 46.25 in, Frame width: 34.125 in

Credit Line: Gift of John M. Schiff

Inscription: LRC: N.C. Wyeth/Cottonwood Camp/1904

Synopsis: Painting- The Wild, Spectacular Race for Dinner- Wyeth, N.C.- oil on canvas- Group- Animal- Cowboy- LRC: N.C. Wyeth/Cottonwood Camp/1904

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