Advice Hotline +49 (0) 351 205 6447 - Mo-Fr. 10am - 5pm
  • free shipping
  • simple and safe payments
  • worldwide shipping

The Bronco Buster - Bronze Figurine - Frederic Remington Statue

€1,999.00 *

Prices incl. VAT, free shipping worldwide

Ready to ship today,
Delivery time appr. 3-6 workdays

The Bronco Buster - Bronze Figurine - Frederic Remington "The Bronco Buster" by... more

Product description

"The Bronco Buster - Bronze Figurine - Frederic Remington Statue"

Weight 11 kg
The Bronco Buster - Bronze Figurine - Frederic Remington

"The Bronco Buster" by Frederic Remington is one of the most recognized bronze sculptures of the American West, depicting a cowboy attempting to tame a wild horse, known as a "bronco." Here's an in-depth look at this iconic sculpture:

Inspiration and Significance: Remington's "The Bronco Buster" was first cast in 1895 and embodies the rugged, adventurous ethos of the American West. It captures the epic struggle between man and nature, with the cowboy attempting to subdue the untamed horse. This scene has often been interpreted as a symbol of the American pioneering spirit conquering the Wild West.
Design and Craftsmanship: The sculpture is remarkable for its dynamic motion and physical tension. The cowboy, clinging to the saddle while the horse rears up and kicks its hind legs into the air, creates a sense of action and immediate struggle. Remington was known for employing accurate and realistic details in his work, emphasizing the physical exertion and tension in the scene.
Casting and Reproductions: "The Bronco Buster" was Remington's first bronze sculpture and proved highly popular, leading to multiple castings. Originally, the sculpture was produced using the sand-casting method, but he later switched to the lost-wax process. Over the years, numerous casts of "The Bronco Buster" were made, both posthumously and during Remington's lifetime.

Locations and Collections: Originals and authorized reproductions of "The Bronco Buster" can be found in various museums, private collections, and public spaces throughout the United States. One version even resides in the White House.

Legacy: Remington's "The Bronco Buster" has had a lasting impact on American art and culture. It's not just a symbol of the spirit of the Wild West but also a standout example of American bronze sculpture art.

This sculpture remains a powerful symbol of American history and culture, capturing the struggle, bravery, and determination often associated with the conquest of the West.

This work is limited to 20 pieces in our shop.

Like all of the other military statues for sale in our shop, this bronze military figurine is subject to our strict quality guidelines during its creation and is cast by hand. Additionally, all our sculptures are produced by using the lost wax technique.

Frederic Sackrider Remington (1861 – 1909) was an American painter, illustrator, sculptor and author. His works were inspired by the Old American West. His area of expertise was the American West during the last quarter of the 19th century. Cowboys, Native Americans and the US Cavalry were his preferred motifs. At the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, he was the most successful illustrator of the West. His style was naturalistic, sometimes impressionistic. He put his focus on animals and people of the West. Landscapes and backgrounds were only of secondary importance in his works. Especially his depictions of horses in motion still impress people today.

Height: 43cm
Width: 37cm
Depth: 20cm
Weight: 11 Kg
Related links to "The Bronco Buster - Bronze Figurine - Frederic Remington Statue"
Read, write and discuss reviews... more
Customer evaluation for "The Bronco Buster - Bronze Figurine - Frederic Remington Statue"
Write an evaluation
Evaluations will be activated after verification.
Please enter these characters in the following text field.

The fields marked with * are required.

Our advantages


free shipping

Worldwide free shipping


14 days money back

You can cancel your order
within 14 days


+49 (0) 351 205 6447 Hotline

Advice hotline,
Mo-Fr. 10am - 5pm


secure payment services

Paypal, Master Card, Visa, American Express and more