Ingleneuk Photograph Album (Shoreline, Frederic Remington, Eva Remington, and Boathouse) by Photographer Not Indicated

Name: Ingleneuk Photograph Album (Shoreline, Frederic Remington, Eva Remington, and Boathouse) | Artist: Photographer Not Indicated Media: Book | Year(s): N.D.
Photographer Not Indicated | Ingleneuk Photograph Album (Shoreline, Frederic Remington, Eva Remington, and Boathouse) | N.D. | Book | Frederic Remington Art Museum, Ogdensburg, NY

About the Work

These photographs present views of Ingleneuk, Chippewa Bay, and Frederic and Eva Remington canoeing. The upper right image suggests the impressive breadth of the St. Lawrence River where Ingleneuk was situated—"Seven miles wide here and blows like hell every minute," the artist wrote to a friend in 1900. This photograph also captures the artist engaging in "the strenuous life," a phrase and belief that Theodore Roosevelt, a good friend of Remington's, made famous in 1899. The Ingleneuk boathouse and cottage are documented in the lower right photograph.