Frederc Remington: the Masterworks
In nineteenth-century America, the last frontier was always being moved further an further west. It was pushed back by the waves of pioneers, and eventually gradually began to crumble, day after day. But in its end was its beginning. The progressive inexorable vanishing of that physical frontier gave way to a place in the mind that was to become timeless and unbounded.
The West was becoming an imaginary interior territory - a myth.
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