The Rattlesnake Remington Sculpture



The Roman Bronze Works began the original casting of The Rattlesnake in 1905. The sculpture captures an unsettling moment that leaves the cowboy hanging onto a spooked horse. These Frederic Remington sculptures are fine art reproductions of one of his more famous pieces.

In Snake in the Path, a cowboy fights to keep his balance while the rearing horse shies from an upturned rattlesnake. One of our western bronze sculptures, this piece depicts an all-too-common danger found in the West.

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 desktop size comes with a beautiful walnut base and measures 7 H x 7 W approximately 8 lbs (as featured). Two larger sizes are available: a Medium sized with Marble Base overall 12 H x 9 W and weighs approximately 22 lbs and a Regular large size (the original was cast in this one size which is why it is called a regular) Marble Base 24 H x 16 W overall and weighs approximately 70 lbs.


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