The Unknown Explorers 1906 Collier's Print

Framed Dimensions: (with bordered mat) 16 7/8" W x 19 5/8" H

These explorers were usually young adventurous men whose daring placed them in constant danger. Since they traveled alone or in pairs they were prime targets for bands of rogue Native Americans. They trained their horses to ride on steep trails and mountain peaks that often went straight down one side and straight up the other. This image was one of the paintings Remington tossed in a fire. His diary of 1908 mentions twenty-seven of his paintings with the heading "paintings which I burned up."



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