Coming Through the rye sculpture replica Frederic Remington bronze statue

Coming Through the Rye, Medium Bronze

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Coming Through the Rye is known as a perennial favorite. A contemporary of the Remington’s wrote of the sculpture: "Here are four cowboys, wild, harum-scarum devils, shooting up a town from the mere joy of a healthy existence, plus the exhilaration produced by frontier rum! They are dashing down the street, the ponies at top speed, spurning the ground beneath their feet -- only six of those pattering hooves touch the earth!"

The technical feat of creating a sculpture in which the outer horses do not even touch the ground pleased Remington greatly, as he pushed the limits of bronze casting and imbued his subjects with a naturalistic energy.

Bronze statue on a marble base