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Coming Through the Rye (Over the Range)

A work made of bronze with brown patina.
CC0 Public Domain Designation

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  • A work made of bronze with brown patina.


Modeled 1902, cast in bronze 1902/6


Frederic Remington
American, 1861–1909
Cast by Roman Bronze Works
American, early 20th century

About this artwork

As Frederic Remington quickly mastered the art of bronze sculpting, he turned to increasingly complex compositions and tested the limits of casting techniques by freeing his figures from their bases. Coming through the Rye displays four pistol-waving cowboys; only six of the sixteen horse hooves touch the ground. Although the faces and gestures of the men are best seen from the front, the side view truly conveys the dynamic sense of motion, the stride of the animals, and the details of the clothing.


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Arts of the Americas


Frederic Remington (Sculptor)


Coming Through the Rye (Over the Range)


New York (Place depicted)


Modeled 1902


Bronze with brown patina


Right side, front edge of base: Frederic Remington Right side, back edge of base: Copyrighted 1902 by / Frederic Remington Back side of base: Roman Bronze Works NY


72.4 × 71.1 × 47 cm (28 1/2 × 28 × 18 1/2 in.)

Credit Line

George F. Harding Collection

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