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Artist Remington, Frederic S.
Title The Drought in the Southwest, or Cattlemen Warning Sheep-Herders Away from Their Water
Date 1900
Year Range from 1900.0
Year Range to 1900.0
Medium Oil on canvas
Dimensions H-26.88 W-40 inches
Credit line Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Bell
ID# 1960.002.001
Object Name Painting
Provenance Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Bell; gift to UAMA, 1960.
Bibliography Misrach, Richard, with Weston Naef and Navjotika Kumar "Pictures of Paintings" Blindspot Books/ Powerhouse Books, 2002;
"Northern Arizona, Coconino Center for the Arts" Nov 14-Dec 24
Exhibitions History "Frederic Remington: A Retrospective Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture," Paine Art Center and Arboretum, Oshkosh, WI, Aug 1-Sep 24, 1967, cat. no. 40, ill., Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Oct 11-Nov 12, 1967; "The 19th Annual Tucson Festival Exhibition, A Collector's Exhibition: The West -- Past and Present," Tucson Art Center, Dec 11, 1967-Jan 31, 1968, cat. no. 82; "How the West Was Won, Paintings, Watercolors, and Bronzes by Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell," Wildenstein, NY, May 22-Jun 22, 1968, cat. no. 8, ill.; "Art of the Western Scene," Phoenix Art Museum, Nov 14, 1969-Mar 15, 1970, cat. no. 33, ill.; "The Art of Frederic Remington, An Exhibition Honoring Harold McCracken," Whitney Gallery of Western Art, Cody, WY, May 1-Sep 30, 1974, cat. no. 7, p. 16, ill.; "The Passing of the Great West," The Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Oct 2-Nov 9, 1975, cat. no. 78, p. 44, ill.; "Utah and the West," Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Salt Lake City, May 1-Oct 1, 1976.; Vault Show I, UAMA Dec 11, 1977-Jan 9, 1978; Paintings, Drawings and Prints 1870-1920 from the Arizona Permanent Collection (Coconino Center for the Arts); Wildenseteur and Co. Ince, N.Y. May - June 1968
"Cultivating Treasures," UAMA (C. Leonard Pfifer Gallery), May 9- Sep 8, 2014.
Subjects Representational
Oil painting
Genre paintings
Landscape
Landscape paintings
Figures
Men
Cowboys
Hats
Animals
Horses
Sheep
Western (American)
Southwest
Dogs
Hills