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Image of X1952.04.11 - LOOKS AT THE STARS

X1952.04.11 - LOOKS AT THE STARS

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926) This drawing was among eight watercolors and ten ink sketches that Russell executed for Frank Bird

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Image of X1952.04.12 - I'M SCAREDER OF HIM THAN I AM OF THE INJUNS

X1952.04.12 - I'M SCAREDER OF HIM THAN I AM OF THE INJUNS

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926) Plowed Under', a series of short stories about the Old West written by Russell himself. The story relates

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Image of X1952.04.13 - WE AIN'T GONE FIVE MILES WHEN THE COACH STOPS

X1952.04.13 - WE AIN'T GONE FIVE MILES WHEN THE COACH STOPS

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926)

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Image of X1952.04.14 - PORTRAIT OF C. M. RUSSELL

X1952.04.14 - PORTRAIT OF C. M. RUSSELL

Portrait of Charles M. Russell, western artist; chest and head visible. The subject is looking to Art Charles Russell PORTRAIT OF C. M. RUSSELL

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Image of X1953.01.01 - INTRUDERS

X1953.01.01 - INTRUDERS

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926)

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Image of X1953.02.01 - KEEOMA

X1953.02.01 - KEEOMA

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926) southern Alberta. In reality, of course, although Russell was a frequent visitor to the neighboring Indian

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Image of X1953.03.01 - INDIANS DISCOVERING LEWIS AND CLARK

X1953.03.01 - INDIANS DISCOVERING LEWIS AND CLARK

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926) The Lewis and Clark expedition was a popular subject for Russell. He portrayed episodes from their

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Image of X1954.01.01 - SQUAW TRAVOIS

X1954.01.01 - SQUAW TRAVOIS

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926)

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Image of X1954.01.02 - INSIDE THE LODGE

X1954.01.02 - INSIDE THE LODGE

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926) lead him to manhood, while his mother looks on approvingly. Russell excels in the use of transparent

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Image of X1954.02.01 - INDIAN HUNTERS' RETURN

X1954.02.01 - INDIAN HUNTERS' RETURN

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926)

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Image of X1954.03.01 - LOLLIE

X1954.03.01 - LOLLIE

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926) History documents two great romances in Russell's life. The second was Nancy Cooper Russell, his

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Image of X1954.03.02 - MAMIE MANN

X1954.03.02 - MAMIE MANN

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926) This early portrait of Nancy Russell the sketch was presumably executed before the couple marriedin Art Nancy Russell

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Image of X1954.03.03 - MY VALENTINE

X1954.03.03 - MY VALENTINE

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926) This painting, very atypical for Russell, is believed to have been created for a candy booth that

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Image of X1954.04.01 - LONE WARRIOR

X1954.04.01 - LONE WARRIOR

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926) slung over his back. Lone Warrior is formed out of wax, wood, metal, string, and paint. Russell sculpted

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Image of X1954.04.02 - CARAVAN MAN

X1954.04.02 - CARAVAN MAN

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926) accoutrements on his camel. Russell made several camel-related works like this during his lifetime.

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Image of X1954.06.01 - MOSQUITO SEASON IN CASCADE

X1954.06.01 - MOSQUITO SEASON IN CASCADE

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926) them. Mosquitoes buzz above their heads. At bottom of sketch is written in ink: "Charlie Russell and Art Self-Portrait Nancy Russell Charles Russell

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Image of X1954.07.01 - IT'S NO LADY'S JOB

X1954.07.01 - IT'S NO LADY'S JOB

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926) Unfinished plaster model depicts six horses pulling stagecoach with driver on box. Russell was

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Image of X1955.01.01 - LAUGH KILLS LONESOME

X1955.01.01 - LAUGH KILLS LONESOME

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926) Russell collection. It is also the most unabashedly nostalgic. Beleaguered by ill health and living in a

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Image of X1955.02.01 - LONE WARRIOR

X1955.02.01 - LONE WARRIOR

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926) back and he wears an ornament in his hair. Russell sculpted a number of pieces depicting a single

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Image of X1956.01.01 - IT'S NO LADY'S JOB

X1956.01.01 - IT'S NO LADY'S JOB

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926) Russell was working on the plaster model of 'It's No Lady's Job' in his Great Falls studio as a

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Image of X1956.02.01 a-c

X1956.02.01 a-c

This authenic old quirt was a gift from Russell, Charles M. to Jones, Dick of the Como Company Cowboy Charles Russell

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Image of X1957.01.01 - NATURE'S SOLDIERS

X1957.01.01 - NATURE'S SOLDIERS

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926) . Russell has begun to utilize opaque white in some areas-especially around the central rider and figure of

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Image of X1958.01.01 - BRONC TWISTER, A

X1958.01.01 - BRONC TWISTER, A

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926) the ground. The subject was one that Russell was very familiar with, having depicted an ornery bucking

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Image of X1958.02.01 - ROYALTY OF THE ROCKIES

X1958.02.01 - ROYALTY OF THE ROCKIES

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926) Russell had many opportunities to view the mountain sheep in their high and rugged alpine habitat

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Image of X1958.03.01 - MALAMUTE, THE

X1958.03.01 - MALAMUTE, THE

Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926)

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