Saturday, November 16, 2013

Remington Exhibit in Alpine through December 8th

Wolf Scout Arnel Holguin, finds a small snake
that scared horse and rider in this piece by Frederic Remingtond
In less than three week's time, the Frederic Remington exhibit at the Museum of the Big Bend in Alpine, will head home to Ogdensburg, New NOW's the time to see it!

From the museum's website:

"This historic exhibit will display a large number of Remington’s best known works from September 20th through December 8th. The iconic bronze, The Broncho Buster, and the never-before toured painting, The Charge of the Rough Riders, are but two of the pieces in the exhibit. Brought to the museum through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mallory and The Holland Hotel, the exhibit will contain more than twenty-two works that explore the diversity of the media and styles that Remington used in his pursuit of creating fine art while chronicling the West."

The exhibition entry on our Texas Mountain Trail events calendar is HERE.

1 comment:

gumo said...

It is too bad the collection couldn't have stayed through the holidays.