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Frederic Remington

Frederic Remington The Scream of Shrapnel at San Juan Hill oil painting on canvas
The Scream of Shrapnel at San Juan Hill
Painting ID::  72981
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Frederic Remington The Scream of Shrapnel at San Juan Hill oil painting on canvas



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  Frederic Remington
  American Painter and Sculptor, 1861-1909 American painter, sculptor, illustrator and writer. In 1878 he began his studies at the newly formed School of the Fine Arts at Yale University in New Haven, CT, remaining there until 1880. This, along with a few months at the Art Students League in New York in 1886, was his only period of formal art training. In 1881 he roamed through the Dakotas, Montana, the Arizona Territory and Texas to document an era that was fast vanishing. He returned east and in 1882 had his first drawing published (25 Feb) in Harper's Weekly. Further commissions for illustrations followed, including that for Theodore Roosevelt's Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail (New York, 1888) (see BOOK ILLUSTRATION, fig. 8).
  The Scream of Shrapnel at San Juan Hill
  "The Scream of Shrapnel at San Juan Hill," oil on canvas, by the American artist Frederic Remington. 35 1/4 in. x 60 3/4 in. Yale University Art Gallery, gift of the artist. Courtesy of Yale University, New Haven, Conn. cjr

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