Frederic Remington, Ingleneuk Studio by Edwin Wildman

Name: Frederic Remington, Ingleneuk Studio | Artist: Edwin Wildman Media: B/W photograph | Year(s): 1902
Edwin Wildman | Frederic Remington, Ingleneuk Studio | 1902 | B/W photograph | Frederic Remington Art Museum, Ogdensburg, NY

About the Work

Edwin Wildman, a writer for Outing magazine, visited what he called "Remington’s summer kingdom on the St. Lawrence River" in 1902, and described the artist as "up and out at six o'clock, and hard at work in his studio at eight." However, in this photograph Remington sits rather pensively at his worktable in his small studio. An empty easel stands at left. With his painting hand to his head, the artist, intentionally or not, implies that intelligence and imagination and manual skill are linked in the creative process.