by Frederic Remington

Horse Studies
Remington made these studies reflect not only the physical appearance of the horses (and mule) but also captured their moods with his ever-present horse sensibilities. Looking from one to the next, one can see a variety of techniques ranging from detailed to painterly. Can you find the horse dappled in light blue?

Untitled horse study n.d.
Oil on canvas, 12 x 46"

Study for Pack Horse n.d.
Oil on canvas, 12 x 16"

Sorrel Horse Study 1899
Oil on academy board, 11 3/4 x 17 1/2"

Study for Squaw Pony ca. 1900
Oil on board, 12 x 18"

Untitled horse study n.d.
Oil on academy board, 9 x 12"

Untitled horse study n.d.
Oil on academy board, 9 x 12"

Untitled horse study n.d.
Oil on canvas board, 12 x 16"

Untitled horse study n.d.
Oil on academy board, 9 x 12"

Untitled horse study n.d.
Oil on stretched canvas, 12 x 16"

Untitled horse study n.d.
Oil on canvas board, 10 x 14"

Untitled horse study n.d.
Oil on academy board, 9 x 12"

Untitled horse study n.d.
Oil on canvas board, 10 x 14"

Untitled pack mule study n.d.
Oil on canvas, 12 x 18"

Untitled pony study n.d.
Oil on academy board, 12 x 18"

Untitled horse study n.d.
Oil on academy board, 12 x 18"

Untitled horse study n.d.
Oil on academy board, 12 x 18"

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Horse Studies was curated by Laura A. Foster director of the Frederic Remington Art Museum in Ogdensburg, NY.

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