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H: 12 in, width: 16 in, Frame height: 25.25 in, Frame width: 29.25 in, frame depth: 2.25 in
Gift of The Coe Foundation
Remington often made small landscape studies which served as ideas for his large easel paintings. He painted these studies outdoors to take advantage of natural light and the immediacy of painting on the spot. Late in his career, however, Remington began to consider many ofhis landscape paintings as finished works, not merely studies.
LRC: Frederic Remington/Chippewa; Chippewa Bay
An empty frame for this painting is in WV.Table.
Magazine: Western Interiors and Design, article: Remington Revisited, THE SURPRISING LATE WORK OF THE FAMED WESTERN ARTIST REVEALS HIM IN A NEW LIGHT, by: Avis Berman, Western Interiors and Design, LLC, Los Angeles, CA, Volume 2, Number2, March/April 2004, page 97