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Artist > Charles Marion Russell  (3 pages, 60 paintings.)

Charles Marion Russell

Charles Marion Russell (March 19, 1864, St. Louis, Missouri—October 24, 1926, Great Falls, Montana)[1], also known as C. M. Russell, was an artist of the American West. Russell created more than 2,000 paintings of cowboys, Indians, and landscapes set in the Western United States, in addition to bronze sculptures. Russell was also a storyteller and author. The C. M. Russell Museum Complex is located in his hometown of Great Falls, Montana houses more than 2,000 Russell artworks, personal objects, and artifacts.

Russell's mural entitled Lewis and Clark Meeting the Flathead Indians hangs in the state capitol building in Helena, Montana. Russell's 1918 painting Piegans sold for $5.6 million dollars at a 2005 auction
Worked Over
ID:9159
When the Plains Were His
ID:9158
When the Land Belonged to God
ID:9157
When Shadows Hint Death
ID:9156
When Law Dulls the Edge of Chance
ID:9155
When Blackfeet and Sioux Meet
ID:9154
Watching for Wagons
ID:9153
Waiting and Mad
ID:9152
The Truce
ID:9151
The Surround
ID:9150
The Stranglers
ID:9149
The Slick Ear
ID:9148
The Scouting Party
ID:9147
The Salute of the Robe Trade
ID:9146
The Renegade
ID:9145
The Lost Trail
ID:9144
The Horse Thieves
ID:9143
The Cinch Ring
ID:9142
The Challenge
ID:9141
The Broken Rope
ID:9140

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