This is a digital file
This is a Digital copy of a print from the 1888 Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine (May to October). On the reverse side is another Remington print "One of the Boys". My research shows these to be the earliest prints of these works.
Remington (October 4, 1861 – December 26, 19090 is one of the best know early American West artists. He was born in New York and attended the School of Art at Yale. It took Remington many failed business attempts before he began to realize that art was his calling. These prints were commisioned by Theodore Roosevelt to be printed in the Century Illustrated as part of the serialization of "Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail". Roosevelt and Remington were friends from this time on.
Harper's Weekly published the first print for Remington and later they had an agreement to have first pick of his art so they promoted him continually. This led to him being considered one of the top artists of his day.
Standing off the Indians is 5 1/4 x 3 7/8" and One of the Boys is2 1/2 x 2 3/4". A 1904 print of "One of the Boys" sold on ebay for $7.95
You might also like
More from this seller
I prefer PayPal for payment but payment can be made via PayPal, direct or by check. If by personal check item will not be shipped until the check has cleared. A $30 charge will be due on all returned checks.
Returns & exchanges
Because of the nature of the items please choose carefully I do not refund on digital items. Refunds of the purchase price only will be made on physical items if they are returned in the original condition.
The images I use are, to the best of my knowledge, royalty and copyright free. To assure this I research for original copyright and renewal notices also I have written to publishers and corresponded with retail sellers.
Images and collage sheets are 300 dpi which is the best resolution for printing. I spend hours altering, restoring and combining images for each collage. This includes major repair, cleaning up images, selecting which part of an image to include, combining images and sizing them. With the number of images on most collages this work can add up to as much as 25 hours per sheet
IMAGE AND PAPER ACQUISITION
The graphic images come from internet searches, secondhand stores, estate and garage sales, antique stores and retail sellers. I also do my family genealogy and use some of my personal documents.
I love to rescue antique books bound for the dumpster or burn barrel. I remove the pages and sell them for artistsan to use in their work and I use them in my own. Mostly I work with books over 100 years old because there is so little interest in repairing them. I scan the images, and repair them if needed, to add to my collages and printed sheets.
With your purchase you obtain the use of the images without limit in your personal crafts and, if altered, in your professional craft or art for sale. Almost anything legal you can do if it does not make it easy for another person to obtain the images.
YOU MAY NOT
Give away or sell the image(s) digitally or otherwise.
Create collage sheets or compilations, CDs, scrapbooking kits or downloadable images from my collection.
Use on a WEB site without a watermark
Mass produce without a separate license from me.
You can print this sheet using the paper of your choice. They can be printed on sticker paper, photo paper, card stock, card sets, iron on transfers, and regular inkjet or typing paper. This flexibility makes it easy for you to use these images in your altered art.