Remington A Cheyenne Buck Complete

Frederic Sackrider Remington (1861-1909) print, “A Cheyenne Buck,” was made on paper with an acidic wood-pulp component. Over time these acids had stained the paper, and furthermore, another type of ailment, water stains, had left marks that looked somewhat like dialogue bubbles. After restoration, and a custom American frame in Aspen, styled in the Old West manner, the work is clean, stain free, and now unable to say there is anything wrong with it.


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