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Frederic Remington, A Reconnaissance, 1902, Curtis Galleries, Minneapolis, Minnesota

In the second work, A Reconnaissance, two figures stand at the edge of a wooded ridge, peering into a distance not visible to the viewer or to the mounted figure who waits behind. Danger, palpable yet undefined, serves as the subtext for both paintings.

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