OOS Sculpture

Coming Through The Rye

2007 / Frederic Remington / Ada

Coming Through the Rye View 1

A bronze replica of a sculpture by Frederic Remington (1861 - 1901), known as one of the premier artists of the American West.

Coming Through The Rye depicts four rowdy, possibly drunk cowboys riding their horses abreast and firing pistols in the air.

This sculpture is part of the Remington Walk, a collection of 12 sculptures that line a section of the Green Monster walking path between Stadium View apartments and Dial-Roberson Stadium on Ohio Northern University's Campus.

The sculptures were cast by A & S Foundry in Sun Valley, CA and donated by James and Eilleen Dicke.

Location: Ohio Northern University, 525 S Main St

County

: Hardin

Citation

: Frederic Remington, “Coming Through The Rye,” Ohio Outdoor Sculpture , accessed October 18, 2021, https://oos.sculpturecenter.org/items/show/1815.

Title

Coming Through The Rye
Off the Range

Description

A bronze replica of a sculpture by Frederic Remington (1861 - 1901), known as one of the premier artists of the American West.

Coming Through The Rye depicts four rowdy, possibly drunk cowboys riding their horses abreast and firing pistols in the air.

This sculpture is part of the Remington Walk, a collection of 12 sculptures that line a section of the Green Monster walking path between Stadium View apartments and Dial-Roberson Stadium on Ohio Northern University's Campus.

The sculptures were cast by A & S Foundry in Sun Valley, CA and donated by James and Eilleen Dicke.

Date

2007

Source

Ohio Northern University Library's website: https://library.onu.edu/c.php?g=357885&p=3936978
National Gallery of Art website: https://www.nga.gov/collection/art-object-page.166488.html

Relation

Identifier

1815

Location City

Location County

Provider Qualifier

Donated by

Provider Entity

James and Eilleen Dicke

Location Site

Location Street

525 S Main St

Location Type

Media Sculpture Height

5 feet, 8 inches

Media Sculpture Width

5 feet

Installation Date

2007

Materials