The Outlaw Remington Sculpture



The Roman Bronze Works began the original lost wax casting of The Outlaw in 1906. These Frederic Remington sculptures are fine art reproductions featuring a cowboy breaking a bucking bronco that is unsuccessfully trying to throw his rider. The unruffled balance and poise of the cowboy shows us who will most likely win this battle of wills between cowboy and outlaw.

Remington challenged sculpture techniques of his day by the innovative ways he used to present movement in his bronze statues. On The Outlaw, only the front hooves of the horse touch the ground, taking advantage of the strength of the bronze material.

Measuring 23 inches tall, the original Outlaw is one of the more popular Remington bronzes. This depiction of life in the early West is part of our western bronze sculptures collection.

Like the original Remington sculptures, these western art reproductions are produced using the lost wax casting method. Lost wax casting is usually preferred to sand casting because the resulting reproduction retains a closer resemblance to the original model.

The Outlaw desktop size is mounted on a beautiful walnut base and measures 9 1/2 H x 7 1/2 W and weighs approximately 8 lbs (as featured). Two other sizes come standard mounted on a rich green marble base: a medium size with marble base measuring 13 H x 9 W weighing approximately 22 lbs and a larger regular size (regular meaning Remington specified this size for the original casting) mounted on a marble base and measuring 26 H x 18 W and weighing approximately 53 lbs.


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