Frederic Remington WOOLY CHAPS Bronze Sculpture Western Cowboy 16" x 17"

SKU: 57782

Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base: Height 16" X Width 17"
Marble Dimensions:12" X 6.5"
Height without base:15"
Weight:20 LBS

Original or Reproduction: Reproduction

Introducing the remarkable bronze sculpture titled "Wooly Chaps" by Frederic Remington, an exquisite piece that showcases the artist's mastery of the lost wax casting process. Remington's switch to Roman Bronze Works allowed him to explore new possibilities in his sculpting, resulting in unique and distinct characteristics in each casting. "Wooly Chaps" is a captivating adaptation of Remington's renowned bronze sculpture, "The Bronco Buster." Remington skillfully incorporated his personal touch, introducing elements such as the wooly chaps, a revised horse's tail, and enhanced texture in the horse's body hair. These modifications add a new level of visual interest and dynamic movement to the sculpture, captivating the viewer's gaze. The attention to detail in "Wooly Chaps" is truly mesmerizing, offering a multidimensional experience that reveals new discoveries with every viewing. The sculpture's intricate craftsmanship and meticulous execution bring the scene to life, immersing the viewer in a world of equestrian prowess and rugged beauty. Crafted using the esteemed "Lost Wax Method," this sculpture exemplifies the highest standards of bronze casting. The stunning two-tone brown patina enhances the sculpture's depth and texture, adding to its overall allure. Resting on a sleek black marble base, the artwork is elegantly presented and bears the signature of Frederic Remington, ensuring its quality. Whether displayed in a private collection, gallery, or art enthusiast's home, "Wooly Chaps" is a true testament to Remington's artistic genius and his ability to capture the spirit and energy of the American West. It is a timeless masterpiece that invites exploration and appreciation for the enduring legacy of this renowned artist.