Currently on View in K205.p3
Bronco Buster exhibits the artist's flair for depicting dramatic action.
This sculpture became so popular that a number of fakes have been made.
In addition to being a painter and sculptor, Remington was a rancher, part owner of a saloon, and a cowboy.
The artist [1861-1909]; William B. Wheelock by descent to his daughter Mrs. Theodore B. Griffith, 1946; given to the John Herron Art Institute, Indianpolis, Indiana, now the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields, in 1946 (46.16).