Art: Cowboy

For two months Clevelanders have been strolling into the back parlor of the Messrs. Korner & Wood's handsome book and art emporium, to scrutinize some little white horses and little white men which experts told them were better than anything of their kind ever before produced in the U. S. Last fortnight Clevelanders strolled in again, to see the first translations of the little horses and men from plaster into bronze. They were told that they were observing the joint debut and triumph of the country's leading cowboy sculptor. They could well believe it.

Frederick Remington is dead (1909). For years he...

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