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A collection assembled for the centennial of the Spanish- American War Features the work of renowned artists of the day, including Frederic Remington Biographical notes on the artists Some notable artists covered the Spanish-American War of 1898 for the illustrated press, including William Glackens, Howard Chandler Christy, Henry Reuterdahl, and Frederic Remington. To commemorate the centennial of the war, the Anne S. K. Brown Military Collection is mounting a major exhibition of the work of these war artists. This superbly illustrated catalog accompanies the exhibition and provides an overview of the drawings, watercolors, and prints, as well as biographical details on the artists. With pictures from the Frederic A. Sharf Collection, West Point Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Anne S. K. Brown Collection at Brown University, the exhibition provides a wealth of images on a war that ranged from Cuba to the Philippines and involved several young Americans who would later become famous, such as Theodore Roosevelt.