Coming Through the Rye


This 1902 bronze was described by the artist as “four cowboys on running horses…men shooting pistols and shouting,” his eighth bronze, Remington revisited an image he had twice earlier depicted in an illustration, that vividly depicts reckless cowhands coming to town for a weekend in a fourth of july display of weapons discharge into the air at full gallop.

A three dimensional study of western sculpture. Remington’s technical virtuoso was truly demonstrated in this piece more than any to date, with only six of the sixteen hooves touching the ground.

Not surprisingly, this sculpture has remained one of the most popular and sought after pieces to date, both in the eyes of the public and private collectors alike.


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29" H x 29" W


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