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Frederic Remington "Drawing of the Black Bean" Nite Lights


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Frederic Remington "Drawing of the Black Bean" Nite Lights
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Style: Night Light

Now you don't have to be afraid of the dark! Light up any room with a custom made nightlight. Personalize with beautiful graphics, kids names, and monograms for a one-of-a-kind night light to fit perfectly with your personality and décor.

  • Dimensions: 3.7"w x 4"h x 1.5"d
  • Light bulb included
  • Type A plug, compatible with sockets in USA, Canada, Mexico and Japan
  • Images printed in full color on Mylar and inserted in night-light; assembled with plastic protective color
  • Designable area easily pops out and rotates to match electrical outlets with the ground pin at the top or bottom
  • Please unplug unit before changing the bulb
Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note that this product’s customizable design area measures 3" x 4.25".
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Frederic Remington "Drawing of the Black Bean" Nite Lights
Frederic Remington was an American painter, illustrator, sculptor, and writer best known for his art depicting the cowboys, soldiers and Native Americans of the Old West. A native of Canton, New York, Remington found inspiration in these subjects from an early age. He loved the idea of the frontier and traveled west many times. He greatly admired the rough and heroic cowboys and soldiers he met there, hearing their stories and following their lives in his visits as a journalist/illustrator. On these trips, Remington took a camera and made his own photographs, not as art, but as notes. He carried notebooks and sketched everything from distant horizons to the details of creases on leather boots. He worked for the great magazines of the 1880s and 1890s, and produced over 3,000 signed paintings and drawings. Most of them were illustrations, but many were made as art as he turned away from the publishing world and accomplished masterful art. This image is called “Drawing of the Black Bean” and is a representation of the “Bean Lottery” held in 1842 during the Texian and Mexican border battles. The 243 captured Texian militia were blindfolded and made to draw white and black beans. The seventeen men who drew black beans were allowed to write letters home and were executed by firing squad.
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