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Identifying face Remington sculptures. Back view of the Statue of Coming Through the Rye designed by Frederick Remington at National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The Western bronze sculptures of Frederic Remington have become iconic images of the 20th century. His depictions of Native Americans, cowboys and their horses have come to represent the Western frontier of the United States across the world.

Some of his most famous works such as Bronco Buster and Coming Through the Rye, are instantaneously recognized as pieces of American culture. Remington produced only 22 different bronzes in his lifetime and his originals were very few and far between.  Nevertheless, the market is saturated with Remington bronzes.

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