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Sheet height: 9.5 in, Sheet width: 6 in, Frame height: 13.125 in, Frame width: 9.75 in, plate width: 4.625 in, Plate height: 7.1875 in
Gift of Mrs. William K. Laughlin
The task of breaking horses to ride them became transformed into the sports event of rodeo. In 1919 at the Calgary Stampede in Alberta, Canada, Borein sketched a bucking horse, "I-See-You". Later he made an etching of the dynamic scene and entitled it Scratchin' High. "Scratching" refers to keeping the feet moving in a kicking motion while riding a bucking horse.
Signed in pencil in LRC: Edward Borein. Verso, left center: Tommy. Verso, lower center: 11 x 15 1/4.