Frederic Remington

Art Projects and Curriculum

Student Artwork Showcase

Style

Realism

Media

Oil

Heritage

American

Gender

Male

About Fredric Remington (1861-1909)

Frederic Remington was an American painter, sculptor, and illustrator. Born in 1861, he is best known for his depictions of the American West, including cowboys, Native Americans, and military figures. Remington's works are characterized by their attention to detail, dynamic compositions, and vivid depictions of action and movement. He was known for his innovative techniques, such as capturing the fluid motion of horses and the dramatic energy of western life.

Over time, Remington became a leading figure in the American Western art movement and his works continue to be celebrated for their historical significance and beauty. Today, Remington's works can be found in major museums around the world, and he remains one of the most famous and beloved artists of American Western art.

Frederic Remington Art Lesson & Art Activity

The life and art of Frederic Remington is presented creatively to make art history come alive. The children will investigate his realistic paintings that recorded the vanishing American “Old West.” In their classroom art activities, realism will be emphasized in landscapes created with chalk on colored paper. Be sure to click through the student masterpieces at the top of this page.

Art Elements Taught

Detail

Art Activity Emphasis

Old West Landscapes

Vocabulary Learned

background, bronze, detail, foreground, illustrator, landscape, realistic, sculptor, sculpture

Student Art Supplies

Chalk, Pencils
Art Lessons for Frederic Remington

How the Art Program Works:

1. Assembly

Introducing the Masters—Multi-Purpose Room or Classroom (20-45 minutes)

2. Student Worksheets

Learning from the Masters—Classroom (15-30 minutes)

3. Student Art Projects

Working with the Masters—Classroom (50-60 minutes)

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Art Teacher Curriculum
Lisa Gheno-Cuevas
Peace with Christ School, Aurora, CO

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