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On the Head-Waters - Burgess Finding a Ford by Frederic Remington (c. 1893)

On the Head-Waters - Burgess Finding a Ford by Frederic Remington (c. 1893)

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Painting Description:

"In summer 1893 Remington visited Yellowstone, America’s first national park, to research an article on its soldiers for Harper’s Weekly. While there, he joined superintendent George S. Anderson and longtime government scout Felix Burgess on an expedition to the park’s backcountry in search of animal poachers."


"This watercolor depicts Burgess leading a group of mounted soldiers and pack mules through a spongy mountain meadow in search of solid ground. It served first as the study for an illustration accompanying 'Policing the Yellowstone' in Harper’s Weekly on January 12, 1895, and later as a chapter illustration in Remington’s anthology Pony Tracks." (via The Metropolitan Museum of Art)


Product Details:
- 0.25 mm-thick Japanese premium luster print
- Paper weight: 7.67 oz/yd² (260 g/m²)
- Half-gloss, half-matte finish
- Fingerprint resistant
- Ships rolled in eco-friendly packaging

- Estimated delivery time of 5-8 business days within the US

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