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Raban, Percy, 5/3...
Russell, Charles M. | illust...
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69.60 | URC: May 3d 1907 | H: 6.25 in, width: 9.686 in, Frame height: 16 in, Frame width: 19.5 in | Raban, Percy, 5/3/1907 | Gift of William E. Weiss | In 1907 Russell traveled to New York City to present his first one-man show i the art capital. His letter to newspaperman Percy Raban indicates Russell's preference for Great Falls, Montana, over the big city. While in New York, Russell saw William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody's Wild West exhibition at Madison Square Garden. OR Russell wrote about seeing Buffalo Bill's Wild West to his friend Percy Raban, a newspaperman. | May 3d 1907 Friend Percy I am still on dear old brodway among the cliff dwelers every body lives high here but they aint got me skined much Im camped above timber line myself I was down at Madison Square gardon the other day an met Cody he's lost most of his hair in the London fog but his back locks are still long. the show was good real cow boys an Indians this reminds me of central ave but laving all jokes aside Il take our Streets bumps an all NY with cabs under ground an sky sayling car liner is all right for them that like her. but I know a town with two mil of track an a fiew tracks thats swift anough for me give me the camp where I savy the people sketch caption: Heys a Live one | Restrictions: May not be sold or traded under any circumstances. No signature on front | 69.60.jpg | 69.60.JPG | 69.60.jpg | 69.60.jpg | transportation | Figure | Animal | illustrated letter | watercolor on paper | pen and ink | Russell, Charles M.

Col. William F. C...
Bonheur, Rosa | Painting | o...
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8.66 | 1889 | H: 18.5 in, width: 15.25 in, Frame height: 24 in, Frame width: 21 in, frame depth: 2.5 in | Col. William F. Cody | Given in memory of William R. Coe and Mai Rogers Coe | Buffalo Bill enthralled Europeans with his Wild West exhibition when he took it to Paris in 1889. Bonheur visited the grounds of Cody's Wild West to sketch the exotic American animals and the Indian warriors with their families. Cody, in turn, accepted the invitation of Rosa Bonheur to visit her chateau in Fontainebleau where she painted this portrait. For Rosa Bonheur, Buffalo Bill embodied the freedom and independence of the United States | LLC: "Rosa Bonheur/ -1889-" | Acoustiguide. | Book: Iconic America: A Roller-Coaster Ride Through the Eye-popping Panorama of American Pop Culture; by Tommy Hilfiger with George Lois; Universe Publishing, a division of Rizzoli International Publications, Inc.; New York, 2007, page 99 (detail) | 8.66.jpg | 8.66.jpg | 8.66.jpg | 8.66.JPG | 8.66.jpg | 8.66.web.jpg | Figure | Landscape | Animal | Buffalo Bill | Painting | oil on canvas | Bonheur, Rosa

Custer's Last Stand
Paxson, Edgar Samuel | Paint...
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19.69 | 1899 | H: 70.5 in, width: 106 in, Frame height: 98 x 73.75 in, Frame width: 132.75 x 108.75 in, frame depth: 2 in | Custer's Last Stand | Museum purchase | Paxson researched the Battle of the Little Bighorn and spent several years completing the painting. He then circulated it as a traveling exhibition. As part of the explanatory material on the painting, he prepared an outline key which identified the major figures (see diagram at right). | LRC: copyright by/E.S. Paxson Butte/M./99 [verso, LL:] E.S. Paxson/Butte Mont. U.S.A./copyright applied for - | Source: Paxson Heirs | Magazine: Western Art & Architecture: From Cowboy to Contemporary; Perspective: Edgar S. Paxson: Painter, myth maker aspired to historical accuracy, Charles Finn, Winter/Spring 2008, page 72-73 | 19.69.JPG | 19.69.web.jpg | 19.69.jpg | 19.69.jpg | 19.69.jpg | 19.69.jpg | Group | Figure | Indian | military | Animal | Painting | oil on canvas | Paxson, Edgar Samuel

The Last of the B...
Bierstadt, Albert | Painting...
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2.60 | ca. 1888 | H: 60.25 in, width: 96.5 in, Frame height: 68.5 in, Frame width: 105.5 in | The Last of the Buffalo | Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney Trust Fund Purchase | With bleeding buffalo and bleached skulls in the foreground, the landscape artist Bierstadt represented the theme of wildlife vanishing from the wilderness. He made the shapes of distant mountains repeat the shapes of the main figures, thus underlining the interdependent relationships in nature. The Last of the Buffalo implies other endings. | LLC: ABierstadt | Book: Redrawing Boundaries: Perspectives on Western American Art; Institute of Western American Art, Denver; and the University of Washington Press, Seattle; 2007, page 75 | 2.60.jpg | 2.60.jpg | 2.60.jpg | 2.60.JPG | 2.60.jpg | 2.60.jpg | 2.60.web.jpg | Animal | hunting | Indian | Other | Painting | oil on canvas | Bierstadt, Albert

The Wild, Spectac...
Wyeth, N.C. | Painting | oil...
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44.83 | 1904-1905 | H: 38.125 in, width: 26 in, Frame height: 46.25 in, Frame width: 34.125 in | The Wild, Spectacular Race for Dinner | Gift of John M. Schiff | In 1904, N.C. Wyeth made his first trip out West, even though as a young art student he had already obtained several commissions for Western illustrations. He worked for three weeks on a cattle roundup in Colorado which provide the inspiration for a series of paintings about cowboys. | LRC: N.C. Wyeth/Cottonwood Camp/1904 | Catalog rasionne: N.C. Wyeth: Catlaog Raisonne of Paintings, Volume one, Christine B. Podmaniczky, Scala Publishers Limited, London 2008, page 135 | 44.83.jpg | 44.83.web.jpg | 44.83.jpg | 44.83.JPG | 44.83.jpg | Animal | Group | Cowboy | Painting | oil on canvas | Wyeth, N.C.

Waiting for a Chi...
Russell, Charles M. | Painti...
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88.60 | ca. 1903 | H: 20.5 in, width: 29 in, Frame height: 33.5 in, Frame width: 41.5 in, frame depth: 2 in | Waiting for a Chinook | Gift of Charles Ulrick and Josephine Bay Foundation, Inc. | Severe storms in the winter of 1886 - 1887 brought ruin to Montana's cattle industry. When owners of a herd of 5,000 cattle requested a report on their herd, cowboy Charles Russell simply drew a starving cow about to drop before ravenous wolves and titled it Waiting for a Chinook, (a warm west wind). His drawing conveyed the impending disaster more eloquently than any written report. Later he painted this larger version and added the additional title by which the work had become known, The Last of 5000. | LLC: C M Russell(skull);LL: Waiting For A Chinook/The Last of 5000 | Film: Theodore Roosevelt: An American Lion; Greystone Communications, North Hollywood, CA; two (2) film tape set; 2003| | 88.60.jpg | 88.60.JPG | 88.60.jpg | 88.60.web.jpg | 88.60.jpg | 88.60.jpg | 88.60.jpg | Landscape | Animal | wolf | Group | Painting | watercolor on paper | Russell, Charles M.

Bos Americanus, A...
Audubon, John James | Print ...
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156.69 | 1845 | sight height: 19 in, sight width: 21.125 in, Frame height: 33.25 in, Frame width: 39.5 in, frame depth: 1.75 in | Bos Americanus, American Bison or Buffalo | Audubon's publication on mammals was entitled The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America, meaning four-legged animals that bear their young alive. Audubon and his co-author, John Bachman, provided dramatic prose for the description of the bison, "Whether we consider this noble animal as an object of the chase, or as an article of food for man, it is decidedly the most important of all our contemporary American quadrupeds . . . ." | Bottom center: Bos Americanus, GMEL/American Bison or Buffalo./1/7 Natural Size/Male, LLC: Drawn from Nature by J.J. Audubon, F.R.S.F.L.S., LRC: Lith (slightly raised underlined d) Printed & Col. (slightly raised underlined d) by J.T. Bowen, Philad(slightly raised underlined a) 1845, ULC: No 12, URC: Plate LVI | Magazine: Convergence: Autry National Center Magazine, Winter 2006, Wildlife Art and the American West by Amy Scott, page 26. | 156.69.jpg | 156.69.JPG | 156.69.jpg | 156.69.v1.jpg | 156.69.jpg | Animal | Print | hand colored | lithograph | John James Audubon, artist (1785-1851) J.T. Bowen, lithographer (ca. 1801-1856) Bos Americanus, American Bison or Buffalo 1845, hand colored lithograph on paper 156.69 When Audubon and his team traveled west to sketch the quadrupeds of North America, they observed the bison with intense admiration. Audubon depicted the large bison bull in profile, a typical pose to capture the characteristic anatomy of the animal. | Audubon, John James

"Bucking"
Wyeth, N.C. | Painting | oil...
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2.77 | 1904-1905 | H: 38 in, width: 26.125 in, Frame height: 46.125 in, Frame width: 34 in | "Bucking" | Gift of John M. Schiff | N.C. Wyeth headed a family of three generations of artists. He was the father of Henriette and Andrew Wyeth and grandfather of James Wyeth. Henriette married one of her father's pupils, artist Peter Hurd. | LL: N. C. Wyeth/Jim's Canyon Colo./-1904- | Catalog rasionne: N.C. Wyeth: Catlaog Raisonne of Paintings, Volume one, Christine B. Podmaniczky, Scala Publishers Limited, London 2008, pages 136-137 | 2.77.JPG | 2.77.jpg | 2.77.jpg | Animal | Landscape | Cowboy | Painting | oil on canvas | N.C. Wyeth (1882-1945) Bucking (Jim’s Canyon Colo.) 1904-1905, oil on canvas Gift of John M. Schiff N.C. Wyeth headed a family of three generations of artists. He was the father of Henriette and Andrew Wyeth and grandfather of James Wyeth. Henriette married one of her father’s pupils, artist Peter Hurd. 2.77 | N. C. Wyeth made his first trip out West in 1904, even though he had already obtained several commissions for Western illustrations as a young art student. He worked for three weeks on a cattle roundup in Colorado, which provided the inspiration for a series of swashbuckling paintings about cowboys and life on the trail. Wyeth used these images to accompany “A Day at the Roundup,” a story he wrote for Scribner’s Magazine. | Wyeth, N.C.

The Conquest of t...
Bacon, Irving R. | Painting ...
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14.64 | 1908 | H: 47.25 in, width: 118.5 in, Frame height: 59.625 in, Frame width: 130.75 in | The Conquest of the Prairie | Bequest in memory of the Houx and Newell families | This painting portrays William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody as the guide bringing modern life to the West. In the distance gleams the future--an industrialized city. Cody purchased this painting from the artist and displayed it in the Irma Hotel where it hung until it was donated to the Buffalo Bill Historical Center. | LLC: Copyrighted 1908/Irving R. Bacon | LRC: Irving R. Bacon/Munich 1908 | 14.64.jpg | 14.64 URC detail of frame.jpg | 14.64.JPG | 14.64.jpg | 14.64.jpg | 14.64.web.jpg | Landscape | Indian | Cowboy | Group | Animal | Cody, William F. | transportation | Painting | oil on canvas | Irving R. Bacon portrays William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody as a guide bringing modern life to the West. A group of mounted warriors, whose way of life will soon be displaced, observes Cody’s approach, while an industrial city gleams on the horizon. Cody purchased this painting from the artist and displayed it in his Irma Hotel in Cody, Wyoming, where it hung until it was donated to the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. | Bacon, Irving R.

The Golden Gate, ...
Moran, Thomas | Painting | o...
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4.75 | 1893 | H: 36.25 in, width: 50.25 in, Frame height: 46.5 in, Frame width: 60.5 in, frame depth: 4 in | The Golden Gate, Yellowstone National Park | Museum purchase | Moran's name became synonymous with Yellowstone. He accompanied the official governmental expedition into the region in 1871. His sketches of the wonders helped to convince Congress to establish Yellowstone as the first national park. The artist returned to the Park in 1892 and painted a view of the pass named Golden Gate. | LRC: TMoran./1893 | Book: Exhibition catalog; America! Storie di pittura dal Nuovo Mondo; linead'ombralibri, Treviso, Italy; 2007; page 64-65 | 4.75.jpg | 4.75.jpg | 4.75.JPG | 4.75.jpg | 4.75.jpg | 4.75.web.jpg | transportation | Figure | Landscape | Group | Animal | Painting | oil on canvas | Thomas Moran (1837-1926) Golden Gate, Yellowstone National Park 1893, oil on canvas Museum purchase Thomas "Yellowstone" Moran was the artist's nickname because of his close ties to Yellowstone National Park. He joined an official government expedition to the region in 1871. The artist returned to the Park in 1892 and painted a view of the pass named Golden Gate. 4.75 | Born in England, Thomas Moran created thousands of oil paintings, watercolors, drawings, and prints of the American West. The artist accompanied Ferdinand V. Hayden’s 1871 survey of the Yellowstone region and catapulted to fame the following year when Congress purchased his monumental painting The Grand Cañon of the Yellowstone, 1872. Twenty years later Moran returned to Yellowstone to paint the dramatic landscapes that had made him famous. This view of the passage known as the Golden Gate highlights a new trestle, built to accommodate the growing number of tourists drawn to America’s first national park. | Moran, Thomas

Parley
Biss, Earl | Print | color l...
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6.82 | 1977 | comp height: 26 in, comp width: 18.5 in, Frame height: 34 in, Frame width: 25.75 in | Parley | LRC: Biss 77, LLC: Trial Proof, Center bottom: Parley | 6.82.JPG | 6.82.jpg | 6.82.jpg | 6.82.web.jpg | Indian | Animal | Group | Print | color lithograph on paper | Biss, Earl

Coming Through th...
Remington, Frederic | Sculpt...
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5.66 | 1907 | H: 27.5 in, Base Length: 28 in, Base Width: 19 in, overall length: 27.25 in, overall width: 31 in, overall height: 29 in | Coming Through the Rye | Gift of Barbara S. Leggett | Remington studied the movement of horses, using the photographs of Eadweard Muybridge, and incorporated his knowledge into this representation of cowboys coming to town for a raucous celebration. This sculpture challenged Remington because he wanted to raise as many of the horses' hooves off the ground as possible, while adequately supporting the sculpture. | Lower Right of Base: Copyrighted by Frederic Remington Lower Left of Base: Roman Bronze Works N.Y. Front Center Base - Gold Plaque: Presented to/Edmund Converse/by the directors of the/Liberty National Bank/New York 1907 [lower left of base in back;] 7 | 5.66.jpg | 5.66.JPG | 5.66.jpg | 5.66.web.jpg | Group | Animal | Cowboy | Sculpture | bronze | Frederic Remington (1861-1909) Coming Through the Rye modeled 1902, cast 1907, bronze cast number 7 Roman Bronze works, N.Y. Gift of Barbara S. Leggett 5.66 Remington creates energy, motion, and excitement in this sculpture. The rowdy cowboys barrel through town. The horses seem to defy gravity and run in midair. Remington pushes the limits of sculpture, lifting as many of the horses’ hooves off the ground as possible, while still supporting the weight. | Remington, Frederic

Bronco Buster
Russell, Charles M. | Painti...
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58.72 | 1915 | sight height: 11 in, sight width: 16.625 in, Frame height: 20.75 in, Frame width: 26.5 in, mat width: 21.875 in, mat height: 16.25 in, frame depth: 1.75 in | Bronco Buster | Gift of William E. Weiss | Semi-broken horses or "broncs," required considerable "unlimbering" by their riders. The bronco buster-a person who breaks wild horses-had the daunting task of mastering the full repertoire of tricks the horse was capable of inflicting. The theme of subjugation flourished in late 19th and early 20th century Western American art, and works that captured the taming of wild horses often served as a metaphor for the taming of the West itself. | LL: C M Russell/(skull)/1915/c. | Restrictions: May not be sold or traded under any circumstances. | 58.72.JPG | 58.72.jpg | 58.72.jpg | 58.72.web.jpg | Animal | Cowboy | Landscape | Painting | watercolor on paper | Russell, Charles M.

Buffalo Bill in t...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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23.71 | ca. 1899 | H: 27.25 in, width: 40 in, Frame height: 35.5 in, Frame width: 48.5 in, frame depth: 3.25 in | Buffalo Bill in the Limelight | Gift of The Coe Foundation, H.P. Skoglund, Ernest Goppert, Sr. and John S. Bugas | Remington had a long association with his friend, William F. Cody. He visited Cody's Wild West exhibitions on a number of occasions, using the visits to sketch western subjects. Remington produced this painting along with several other illustrations for the biography of Cody, Last of the Great Scouts, written by his sister Helen Cody Wetmore in 1899. | LL: Frederic Remington | Exhibition catalog: I Like America: Fictions of the Wild West; Edited by Pamela Kort and Max Hollein; Schirn Kunsthalle; Frankfurt; 2006; page 281 and (front) cover | 23.71.jpg | 23.71.v1.jpg | 23.71.JPG | 23.71.jpg | 23.71.jpg | 23.71.web.jpg | Group | Buffalo Bill's Wild West | William F. Cody | Animal | Figure | illustration | Indian | Painting | oil on canvas | Frederic Remington (1861-1909) Buffalo Bill in the Limelight ca.1899, oil on canvas Gift of The Coe Foundation, H.P. Skoglund, Ernest Goppert, Sr. and John S. Bugas Remington had a long association William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody. He visited Wild West exhibitions, often using the opportunity to sketch western subjects. Remington produced this painting for the biography of Cody, Last of the Great Scouts, written in 1899. The artist depicts Cody as the great showman entering the arena. 23.71 | Remington, Frederic

Western Man with ...
Roll-preissler, Audrey | Scu...
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2.89 | 1984-1985 | H: 88.75 in, L: 48.5 in, width: 48.5 in | Western Man with Beer and Dog | Gift of Mrs. Henry Oliver, Jr. | Western art, especially from the time of Charles M. Russell, has a strong tradition of including humor. Roll-preissler takes a contemporary tone in mocking the commercialization associated with the modern cowboy image. Using caricature in her painting style, she emphasizes the idea of superficiality with the cut-our sculpture (a two-dimensional figure lacks depth). | A. roll-preissler, Front left: A. roll-preissler | Acoustiguide. Provenance: Conversation with artist on materials. Plywood - 5/8 AB plywood, primed with latex primer, latex extender, spackle, latex paint, empty Marlboro box, corduroy - 60% polyester, 40% cotton. Wood collected North of Lander, Wyoming (not treated), jeans - 100% cotton, Skoal can, Base - plywood, Coors beer can, steel braces. Two cowboys who worked for her husband posed for it, but she used her husband's face for the figure | 2.89.JPG | Animal | Cowboy | Sculpture | mixed media on wood | Audrey Roll-preissler (b. 1932) Western Man with Beer and Dog 1984-1985, mixed media Gift of Mrs. Henry Oliver, Jr. This life-like modernistic presentation is like a magazine ad jumping out of the page. -George, Buffalo Bill Center of the West docent 2.89 | Audrey Roll-preissler (b. 1932) Western Man with Beer and Dog 1984-1985, mixed media Gift of Mrs. Henry Oliver, Jr. I believe this piece has a somewhat comical side to what is usually depicted as the serious more stern side to the cowboy life. It shows a dog that a cowboy wouldn’t generally have. I also like the beer can and cigarettes. I think it gives the piece more character. -Greybull High School art class student 2.89 | Audrey Roll-preissler (b. 1932) Western Man with Beer and Dog 1984-1985, mixed media Gift of Mrs. Henry Oliver, Jr. Western art has a tradition of including humor. In this sculpture, Roll-preissler mocks the modern cowboy image used in advertising. To emphasize her point, the artist reduced the cowboy to a shallow, two-dimensional caricature. 2.89 | Roll-preissler, Audrey

Untitled - prairi...
Powell, Ace | Painting | oil...
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117.69 | H: 14 in, width: 24 in, Frame height: 16.75 in, Frame width: 26.625 in | Untitled - prairie burial | LL: (ace of diamonds)/Powell | 117.69.JPG | Animal | Landscape | Group | transportation | Figure | Painting | oil on canvas | Powell, Ace

Stampede
Jackson, Harry | Sculpture |...
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52.72 | 1959 | H: 15 in, Base Length: 56 in, Base Width: 13 in | Stampede | Gift of The Coe Foundation | LLF: Harry Jackson 1959, Stamped above artist's name: 1/4 | In preparing to paint The Stampede and The Range Burial, Jackson made sculptural studies and cast them in bronze. | 52.72.JPG | Animal | Group | Sculpture | bronze | Jackson, Harry

Untitled - two In...
Unknown | Drawing | ink on p...
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27.78.72 | page length: 8.75 in, page width: 5.625 in | Untitled - two Indians on horses | 27.78.72.JPG | Animal | Indian | Drawing | ink on paper | pencil | Unknown

Fort Clark/On the...
Bodmer, Karl | Print | aquat...
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21.69.22 | ca. 1840-1843 | Sheet height: 18.125 in, Sheet width: 24.875 in | Fort Clark/On the Missouri(February 1834) | Gift of Clara S. Peck | Audubon also stopped at Fort Clark where he obtained a swift fox. He described walking through the muddy yard of the fort, then: "We entered Mr. Chardon's own room, crawled up a crazy ladder, and in a low garret I had the great pleasure of seeing alive the Swift or Kit Fox which he has given to me. It ran swiftly from one corner to another, and, when approached, growled somewhat in the manner of a common Fox. Mr. Chardon told me that good care would be taken of it until our return, that it would be chained to render it more gentle. . . ." | URC: Tab. 15.;Below Image, left: Carl Bodmer pinx as nat Center: Imp de Bougeard Right: Lucas Weber Sculp. Center: FORT CLARK./am Missouri (Februar 1834) sur le Missouri (Fevrier 1834)/ ON THE MISSOURI (FEBRUARY 1834) Bottom Left: Coblenz, bei J. Holscher Center: London published by Ackermann & Co. 96, Strand. Right: Paris, Arthus Bertrand, editeur Lower Center embossed: C. Bodmer. | 21.69.22.jpg | Animal | Landscape | military | Indian | Group | Print | aquatint and engraving on paper | Karl Bodmer, artist (1809-1893) Lucas Weber, engraver Fort Clark on the Missouri (February 1834) ca.1840-1843, aquatint and engraving on paper Gift of Clara S. Peck, 21.69.22 Karl Bodmer and Prince Maximilian wintered at Fort Clark near present-day Bismark, North Dakota in 1833-1834. It was a hard winter, but the most productive part of their entire journey in North America. While at the fort, they documented numerous Indian chiefs and ceremonies - Maximilian in his journals and Bodmer in his paintings. | Bodmer, Karl

Bear Up a Tree
Russell, Charles M. | Sculpt...
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53.60 | H: 14.75 in, width: 1.5 in, depth: 3 in | Bear Up a Tree | Gift of Dr. Armand Hammer and Charles Stone Jones | Restrictions: Model not to be sold, loaned, used for the purpose of casting bronzes, or used for the making of any reproductions whatsoever. Source: Charles Jones (1/4 interest, 12-9-60) and Armand Hammer (3/4 interest, 12-31-63) | 53.60.JPG | 53.60.jpg | Animal | Sculpture | wax | Russell, Charles M.

Untitled - sketch...
Unknown | Drawing | pencil o...
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27.78.49 | page length: 8.75 in, page width: 5.625 in | Untitled - sketch of Indian on horse | 27.78.49.JPG | Animal | Indian | Drawing | pencil on paper | Unknown

Untitled (Ghosts ...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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60.67 | ca. 1908 | H: 12 in, width: 16 in, Frame height: 18.25 in, Frame width: 22.5 in, frame depth: 3 in | Untitled (Ghosts of the Past) | Gift of The Coe Foundation | LRC: Frederic Remington | 60.67.jpg | 60.67.JPG | 60.67.jpg | 60.67.jpg | 60.67.web.jpg | Animal | Group | Cowboy | Landscape | Painting | oil on canvas | Frederic Remington (1861-1909) Untitled (Ghosts of the Past) ca.1908, oil on canvas Gift of The Coe Foundation 60.67 | Remington, Frederic

Sketch - profile ...
Russell, Charles M. | Drawin...
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84.60.35 | H: 4.5 in, width: 3.625 in | Sketch - profile view of man (full length) in Mexican dress; reverse side, sketches of horse and rider, horse and other items unable to identify | Gift of William E. Weiss | Stamped on reverse: From the effects of/Charles M. Russell/Estate of Nancy C. Russell/June 1941, Handwritten on reverse on lower left edge A 7521 237 93 | 84.60.35B.JPG | 84.60.35.JPG | Animal | Figure | Drawing | pencil on paper | Russell, Charles M.

Untitled (group o...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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48.67 | 1900 | H: 12.25 in, width: 18.5 in, Frame height: 17.375 in, Frame width: 23.5 in | Untitled (group of Indian ponies near Ute reservation office) | Gift of The Coe Foundation | 48.67.jpg | 48.67.JPG | Animal | buildings | Landscape | Other | Group | Painting | oil on board | Remington, Frederic