3 Remington Prints, 1903 - Oo-Yah!, Last Shot, At Last: Frederic Remington (American, 1861-1909). "Oo-Yah!" [aka "Howdy Pard"], "The Last Shot", and "At Last. " Three chromolithographs from "Done in the Open" (New York: P. F. Collier & Son, 1903) - a collaboration between American author Own Wister and Frederic Remington - each one signed by Remington in the plate, with verses written to complement his drawings. "The Last Shot" depicts two hunters presenting the moose that they recently shot to another hunger. It also features a poem about their conquest at the bottom that reads, "Oh yes, his feat is a triumph, We all have done the same, We all have blasted the spark of life To ashes with powder flame. But as for the antlered carcass, I should feel, if I were he, The Kodak after the Winchester adds Insult to injury. " Size: each measures ~ 24. 875" W x 18. 5" H (63. 2 cm x 47 cm) including mat. . "At Last" depicts four cowboys on horseback and their hunting dogs zeroing in on a grizzly bear who has proven to be a difficult target. The text below reads, "Three years he fooled us, smooth and slick, From Spittin' Cat to Dewlap Creek; Both sides the river he would spree, From Dutchy's to Bar-Circle-Zee. We chased him most to break our backs, And found just nothin' save his tracks. Up, down, acrost, he ate his fill O' steers and heifers, too, until Down by Dinwiddie's canon rim We handled our respects to him. ". . "OO-YAH!" presents a wintery scene of cowboys greeting one another in a celebratory mood with the following text on the right bottom of page reads, "There's wolves around in Wintertime, But we keep them from the door: For wolves run a mile when they hear us smile, And hittin' of our heels on the floor. Oo-yah! And our heels a-hittin' sweetly on the floor. " . . Provenance: private Lucille Lucas collection, Crested Butte, Colorado, USA. . All items legal to buy/sell under U. S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. . . A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. . We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. . #134178 Condition Prints are attached to mats which show some age wear and have handwritten collector's notes on them. Images are a tad faded but still strong. Centerfolds visible. Minor tear/loss with tape on lower end of "The Last Shot" but this is beneath the image and the text is still complete. Small tear to lower right interior corner of that mat.