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Adtran, Jurenko and Thurber Galleries Member’s Preview Reception Saturday, August 19 – p.m.
Members: Free / Non-members: The Sporting Life presents highlights from the Remington Arms Collection and is believed to be the single largest holding of sporting and wildlife art in the world.
A combination of factors, including depopulation due to disease, land disputes between the Choctaw and Cherokee, and pressures from the United States government had largely depopulated the area prior to Revolutionary War veteran John Hunt's arrival and settlement in the land around the Big Spring in 1805.
The 1805 Treaty with the Chickasaws and the Cherokee Treaty of Washington of 1806 ceded native claims to the United States Government.
While its size alone makes it significant, what ultimately sets the collection apart is the high quality of the pieces.
Boasting over 400 paintings dating from roughly 100 years ago to the present, Remington’s holdings include works by such respected early 20th century artists as N. Wyeth, Frank Xavier Leyendecker, Lynn Bogue Hunt and William Harnden Foster, as well as paintings by contemporary masters Tom Beecham, Larry Duke and the legendary Bob Kuhn (the man generally acknowledged to be the greatest animal painter of the last half-century).
It grew across nearby hills north of the Tennessee River, adding textile mills, then munitions factories, NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center and the United States Army Aviation and Missile Command nearby at the Redstone Arsenal.
Listen to all types of music from Country to Jazz, Bluegrass to Big Band and bring your lawn chair, friends and a toonie or two for the band.
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The area was subsequently purchased by Le Roy Pope, who named the area Twickenham after the home village of his distant kinsman Alexander Pope.
Twickenham was carefully planned, with streets laid out on the northeast to southwest direction based on the Big Spring.