Frederic Remington – Master Painter of the American West

Frederic Remington (1861-1909) was an American Painter and Sculptor who skillfully depicted many scenes of the American West. His commissioned relationship with the Harper’s Weekly magazine allowed him to pursue a career in illustration and art specializing in scenes involving soldiers, pioneers, cowboys, scouts, and Indians. Our SegPlay collection contains over 30 of his most recognizable works including Fight for the Waterhole, Return of a Blackfoot Party, The Smoke Signal, The Scout: Friends or Foes?, Pool in the Desert, Self Portrait on a Horse, The Outlier, and His First Lesson. Other patterns included showcase Remington’s unique depiction of horses, buffalos, moose, and other animals, as well as US Cavalry troops, Native American Indians and Comanche, Mexican Vaqueros and American cowboys.

Patterns Included In This Set

Shotgun Hospitality

The Hunters’ Supper

Pretty Mother of the Night

The Scout: Friends or Foes?

His First Lesson

Mounted Cowboy in Chaps with Race Horse

Pool in the Desert

Against the Sunset

An Assault on its Dignity

Buying Polo Ponies in the West

Coming to the Call

Radisson and Groseilliers

The Apaches

Fight for the Waterhole

The Cowboy

A Breed

The Trooper

Modern Comanche

Self Portrait on a Horse

A Regimental Scout

Bull Fight in Mexico

A Vaquero

Hussar – Russian Guard Corps

Uhlan (Lancer)

The Moose Hunt

Ugly (Oh the Wild Charge He Made)

A Blackfoot Chief

Ridden Down

Going to the Buffalo Hunt

Return of a Blackfoot War Party

The Buffalo Hunt

The Smoke Signal


The Cavalry Charge

The Stampede

The Outlier