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Remington and Russell in Longmont

Works in the special exhibition "The Art of Frederic Remington and Charles Russell," on view at the Longmont (CO) Museum & Cultural Center from November 22, 2014 - April 19, 2015.

A Buffalo Bill Center of the West Virtual Exhibit
Curated by: NancyM


The Outlaw
Remington, Frederic | Sculpt...
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Exhibit notes: The Outlaw - Remington

Museum record: 8.79 | 1906 | H: 23.5 in, Base Width: 8.25 in, Base Length: 13.5 in, Base Height: 1.375 in | The Outlaw | Remington's title refers not to the rider but to the horse; an untamable or vicious horse is often called an outlaw. The cowboy, in his efforts to conquer the wild horse, symbolized civilization's general exertions to control the Western wilderness. Careful observers will note that the spur on the rider's right foot is on upside down, an error made either at the foundry or in a more recent repair. | Upper left side of base, Copyright by/Frederic Remington. Stamped upper right side of base, Roman Bronze Works, N.Y. Inscribed underneath base, No 8. | Method of Acquistion: Other: Ownership received by the BBHC in lieu of a percentage of the royalties on the Alva Replica version of The Outlaw | 8.79v2.jpg | 8.79.JPG | 8.79.jpg | 8.79.web.jpg | 8.79v2.web.jpg | Animal | Cowboy | Sculpture | bronze | Remington, Frederic

The Buffalo Herd
Russell, Charles M. | Painti...
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Exhibit notes: The Buffalo Herd - Russell

Museum record: 21.80 | ca.1890 | sight height: 17.75 in, sight width: 23.75 in, Frame height: 27.5 in, Frame width: 33.5 in | The Buffalo Herd | Gift of William E. Weiss | For Charles Russell, the buffalo assumed mythic proportions. He used an outline drawing of a buffalo skull as part of his characteristic signature, identifying himself with the tragic fate of the animal that once dominated the American landscape. His paintings of buffalo herds stopping to drink from the river portray the unity of wildlife and land in the West. | LLC: C M Russell/(skull). Exhibition Labels on verso for Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Frontier America, 1/12/88-4/3/88 venue; Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Frontier America, 12/13/88-2/25/89 venue; Trust for Museum Exhibition, Remington, Russell, and the Language of Western Art | Newsletter: Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, The University of Oklahoma, Fall 2001, Remington, Russell and the Language of Art, page 3. | 21.80.jpg | 21.80.jpg | 21.80.V1.jpg | 21.80.jpg | 21.80.web.jpg | Landscape | Animal | Group | Painting | oil on board | Charles M. Russell (1864-1926) The Buffalo Herd ca. 1890, oil on board Gift of William E. Weiss Russell used a drawing of a buffalo skull as part of his characteristic signature, identifying himself with the tragic fate of the animal that once dominated the American landscape. His painting of buffalo drinking from a river displays the unity of wildlife and land in the West. 21.80 | Russell, Charles M.

A Study, Prussian
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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Exhibit notes: A Study, Prussian - Remington

Museum record: 11.89 | ca. 1892 | H: 17.25 in, width: 9.25 in | A Study, Prussian | Gift of John W. Tutt in memory of Vesta Wood Tutt | Commissioned by Harper's, Remington and writer Poultney Bigelow spent May and June, 1892, in Europe observing German and Russian militaries. Several articles, written by Bigelow and illustrated by Remington, resulted from the trip. This watercolor was probably a study for the illustration Cavalryman Watering His Horse, in Harper's Monthly, July, 1893. | | 11.89.JPG | 11.89.jpg | soldier | Painting | watercolor on paper | Remington, Frederic

Untitled (Blue pr...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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Exhibit notes: Untitled, blue prairie - Remington

Museum record: 31.67 | ca. 1908 | H: 12.25 in, width: 18.375 in, Frame height: 14.625 in, Frame width: 20.75 in | Untitled (Blue prairie, mountains and sky in background) | Gift of The Coe Foundation | 31.67.jpg | 31.67.web.jpg | 31.67.JPG | 31.67.jpg | Landscape | Painting | oil on board | Remington, Frederic

Bug Hunters
Russell, Charles M. | Sculpt...
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Exhibit notes: Bug Hunters - Russell

Museum record: 39.59 | 1926 | H: 6 in, L: 7.375 in, width: 4.75 in, Base Length: 7.25 in, Base Width: 4.125 in | Bug Hunters | Gift of William E. Weiss | Left side of base: C M Russell (buffalo skull), Rear of base: NELLI.ART.BRONZE.WORKS.L.A., Scratched in lower rear edge of base: (3 lines) (See file for base outline) | Restrictions: May not be sold or traded under any circumstances. Artist: Nelli Art Bronze Works L.A.-foundry | 39.59.jpg | Animal | Sculpture | bronze | Charles M. Russell (1864-1926) Bug Hunters 1926, bronze Nelli Art Bronze Works, L.A. Gift of William E. Weiss, 39.59 | Russell, Charles M.

When Wagons Meant...
Russell, Charles M. | Painti...
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Exhibit notes: When Wagons Meant Plunder - Russell

Museum record: 3.93 | 1900 | Frame height: 17.75 in, Frame width: 23.625 in, H: 12.25 in, width: 18.125 in | When Wagons Meant Plunder | Bequest of Lewis B. Maytag, Jr | In 1900 Russell experienced stability in his life; he and wife Nancy moved into their own home. In his art he developed characteristic compositions and began to lighten his palette. Russell portrayed a group stalking an enemy in the distance by using a compositional device of a pyramid-shaped rock which anchors the painting. Russell depicted this scene, as well as many others, from the viewpoint of the Indian. | LLC: C M Russell (buffalo skull) 1900 | 3.93.jpg | 3.93.JPG | wagon train | Indians | Painting | oil on board | Charles M. Russell was not only the favorite son of Montana, he came to personify the West itself. His works were immensely popular because of their narrative subject matter, romantic style, and thrilling action, as well as his ability to convincingly create fictionalized history. In this painting and many others, Russell depicted the scene from the viewpoint of its Indian subjects, inverting the more common narrative that placed Euro-Americans as the protagonists. | Russell, Charles M.

The Horse Wrangler
Russell, Charles M. | Sculpt...
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Exhibit notes: The Horse Wrangler - Russell

Museum record: 1.90 | ca. 1925 | H: 14 in, L: 13 in, width: 7.75 in | The Horse Wrangler | William E. Weiss Memorial Fund Purchase | In the Russell's later years, he grew increasingly nostalgic for the open range life he enjoyed as a youth. One of Russell's first jobs after arriving in Montana was to night-wrangle horses in the Judith Basin. The Horse Wrangler is a self-portrait of the artist astride one of his favorite horses, Redbird. | on base: C.M. Russell (buffalo skull); on back side of base: ROMAN BRONZE WORKS, INC. N.Y. | 1.90.jpg | 1.90.jpg | 1.90.web.jpg | Russell, Charles M. | horse | Cowboy | Sculpture | bronze | Charles M. Russell (1864-1926) The Horse Wrangler modeled ca. 1925; cast after 1947, bronze Roman Bronze Works, Inc. N.Y. Gift of the William E. Weiss Foundation, 1.90 In the Russell's later years, he grew increasingly nostalgic for the open range life he enjoyed as a youth. One of Russell's first jobs after arriving in Montana was to night-wrangle horses in the Judith Basin. The Horse Wrangler is a self-portrait of the artist astride one of his favorite horses, Redbird. (52 words, 0% passive, 57.4 reading ease, grade 9.5) | Charles M. Russell (1864-1926) The Horse Wrangler modeled ca. 1925, cast after 1947 bronze Roman Bronze Works, Inc. N.Y. William E. Weiss Memorial Fund Purchase In Russell’s later years, he grew increasingly nostalgic for the open range life he enjoyed as a youth. One of Russell’s first jobs after arriving in Montana was to night-wrangle horses in the Judith Basin. The Horse Wrangler is a self-portrait of the artist astride one of his favorite horses, Redbird. 1.90 | Russell, Charles M.

Buffalo Bill in t...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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Exhibit notes: Buffalo Bill in the Limelight - Remington

Museum record: 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

The Bucker and th...
Russell, Charles M. | Sculpt...
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Exhibit notes: The Bucker and the Buckeroo - Russell

Museum record: 9.81 | 1923-1924 | H: 14.75 in, Base Width: 8 in, Base Length: 10 in, width: 8 in, depth: 10.5 in | The Bucker and the Buckeroo | Gift of William E. Weiss | In a letter written about the time he modeled this sculpture, Russell said, "Bronk riding is the greatest and only real American Sport, and it takes regular men to play the gam(e)." Russell copyrighted this sculpture in 1925 with the title The Bucker and the Buckeroo. After the artist's death, an author on Russell's works identified this sculpture as The Weaver, a title Russell actually had intended for an earlier sculpture. | Base below horse's tail: CM Russell (skull) [Foundry mark:] ROMAN BRONZE WORKS NY. | This cast has a foliage support of the midsection of the horse. It appears that Russell originally intended the sculpture to be made without that support, but it must have been to difficult to cast. Also, in this cast, the McCarty rope going from horse to hand of rider is a twisted wire; in other casts it is more substantial. | 9.81.jpg | 9.81.JPG | bucking horse | Cowboy | Animal | Sculpture | bronze | Charles M. Russell (1864-1926) The Bucker and the Buckeroo modeled ca. 1923-24, copyright 1925, bronze Roman Bronze Works, N.Y. Gift of William E. Weiss Many considered Russell to be a true cowboy artist. He worked briefly as a cowboy and included various aspects of their life as subjects in his art. He admired their horsemanship and wrote, "Bronk riding is the greatest and only real American Sport, and it takes regular men to play the gam(e)." 9.81 | Russell, Charles M.

Chippewa Bay
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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Exhibit notes: Chippewa Bay - Remington

Museum record: 2.67 | ca. 1907-1908 | H: 12 in, width: 18 in, Frame height: 25.375 in, Frame width: 31.125 in, frame depth: 2.5 in | Chippewa Bay | Gift of The Coe Foundation. | This painting depicts a scene near Remington's summer home in upstate New York. When Remington exhibited his paintings at a New York gallery in 1908 he included several of these small, pure landscape paintings which he signed. The frame on this painting reproduces the type of frame which Remington used for these works. | LLC: Frederic Remington/`Chippewa Bay___' | Empty frame for this painting is in WV.Table. | 2.67.jpg | 2.67.jpg | 2.67.JPG | 2.67.web.jpg | 2.67.jpg | Chippewa Bay/Ingleneuk/St. Lawrence River | Landscape | Painting | oil on board | Frederic Remington (1861–1909) Chippewa Bay 1907-1908, oil on board Gift of The Coe Foundation 2.67 | Remington, Frederic

Friend Tex
Russell, Charles M. | illust...
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Exhibit notes: "Friend Tex" letter - Russell

Museum record: 76.60 | June 5, 1918 | sight height: 14.5 in, sight width: 7.638 in, Frame height: 24 in, Frame width: 17 in | Friend Tex | Gift of William E. Weiss. | Artist's letters often provide documentary evidence for historians, but Charles Russell's letters make a special art form uniting image and word. Usually light-hearted, the letters present Russell as the home-spun philosopher. The letter to Friend Tex is written to Tex McLeod, a roper in Buffalo Bill's Wild West, and contains a touching passage about Russell's adopted son. | Picture at top signed C M Russell/(skull)/1918;Letter signed "your friend/C M Russell";Letter dated June 5, 1918. | Title: (Letter with color picture at top). Picture at top signed: C M Russell/(skull)/1918. Letter signed: your friend/C M Russell | 76.60.JPG | 76.60.jpg | Borein, Ed | cowboy roping horse | McLeod, Tex | illustrated letter | ink and watercolor on paper | Russell, Charles M.

The Buffalo Family
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Exhibit notes: The Buffalo Family - Russell

Museum record: 1.05.5 | ca. 1956 | H: 6.625 in, width: 10.375 in, depth: 5.75 in | The Buffalo Family | Gift of William E. Weiss Foundation | Side of base, left rear: ROMAN BRONZE WORKS N-Y- Scratched in lower right side of base: | | | | 1.05.5_sm.jpg | Sculpture | bronze | Russell, Charles M. (after)

Army Mule with Ha...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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Exhibit notes: Army Mule with Harness Marks - Remington

Museum record: 23.67 | Unknown | H: 19.125 in, width: 24.125 in, Frame height: 26.5 in, Frame width: 31.5 in | Army Mule with Harness Marks | Gift of The Coe Foundation | This painting probably resulted from Remington's 1896 trip to Texas. Later that year Remington included illustrations of government mules pulling ambulances in the article "The Blue Quail of the Cactus" which he wrote for Harper's Monthly magazine. The markings on this mule's body shows the effect of pulling in harness. | LRC: Frederic Remington/Texas | Book: The Natural Superiority of Mules, by John Hauer, The Lyons Press, Guilford, 2005, page 141 | 23.67.jpg | 23.67.JPG | mule | Texas | Landscape | Painting | oil on canvas | Remington, Frederic

A Bronc Twister
Russell, Charles M. | Sculpt...
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Exhibit notes: A Bronc Twister - Russell

Museum record: 8.81 | 1929-1934 | H: 17.875 in, L: 14.875 in, width: 9.125 in, Base Length: 12.5 in, Base Width: 10 in | A Bronc Twister | Gift of William E. Weiss, | Base, below horse's left hoof: c.(with a circle around it)/C M Russell/[skull]; side of base, rear: CALIF.ART.BRONZE.FNRY.L.A.; ...(three lines) | Remarks: Right foreleg of horse is cracked. (2-25-82) | Exhibition catalog: RRR Remington & Russell Revisited: Celebrating the Arts of Two Masters, Brian W. Dippie, Guest Curator, National Museum of Wildlife Art, 2007, page 7 | 8.81.JPG | 8.81.jpg | 8.81.jpg | 8.81.web.jpg | Animal | Cowboy | Sculpture | bronze | Russell, Charles M.

Escape
Russell, Charles M. | Painti...
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Exhibit notes: Escape - Russell

Museum record: 21.73 | 1908 | H: 17.625 in, width: 12 in, Frame height: 26.75 in, Frame width: 21.5 in | Escape | Gift of William E. Weiss | Russell painted Escape to illustrate a story he wrote for Outing Magazine titled: "A Pair of Outlaws." When the magazine hit financial trouble, Russell's stories were discontinued. Finally in 1926, the story was resurrected for Russell's book, Trails Plowed Under. Russell apparently decided to create a new illustration for the book, and Escape was never published. | LLC: C M R/(skull)/1908 | Restrictions: May not be sold or traded under any circumstances. Source: (Weiss collection #4) | 21.73.JPG | 21.73.jpg | 21.73.jpg | Indian | Cowboy | Animal | Painting | black and white oil on canvas | Charles M. Russell (1864-1926) Escape 1908, black and white oil on canvas Gift of William E. Weiss, 21.73 Russell painted Escape to illustrate a story he wrote for Outing Magazine titled "A Pair of Outlaws." Unfortunately, Russell's story was discontinued when the magazine hit financial trouble. Finally in 1926, the story was resurrected for Russell's book, Trails Plowed Under. Russell apparently decided to create a new illustration for the book, and Escape was never published. | Russell, Charles M.

Portrait of Charl...
Lange, Dorothea | Photograph...
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Exhibit notes: Portrait of Charles Russell by Dorothea Lange

Museum record: 7.07 | ca. 1924 | Portrait of Charles M. Russell | Gift of the Dr. Harold McCracken Family | Dorothea Lange (1895-1965) Portrait of Charles M. Russell ca. 1924, black and white photograph Gift of the Dr. Harold McCracken Family, 7.07 | 7.07.jpg | Russell, Charles M. | Photograph | Photograph | black and white | Dorothea Lange (1895-1965) Portrait of Charles M. Russell ca. 1924, black and white photograph Gift of the Dr. Harold McCracken Family, 7.07 | Lange, Dorothea

Smoke of the Medi...
Russell, Charles M. | Sculpt...
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Exhibit notes: Smoke of the Medicine Man - Russell

Museum record: 8.60 | 1959 | H: 5.75 in, width: 3.375 in, L: 5 in | Smoke of the Medicine Man | Gift of Charles Ulrick and Josephine Bay Foundation, Inc. | Base: [skull] CM Russell/ 1923; around front sides of base: 1 c.(with a circle around it) 1950 (H E BRITZMAN) (ART.BRONZE. A RODRIGUEZ.L.A.); See file for base outline. | 8.60_sm.jpg | Indian | Figure | Sculpture | bronze | Russell, Charles M.

Indians on a Bluf...
Russell, Charles M. | Painti...
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Exhibit notes: Indians on a Bluff Surveying General Miles' Troops - Russell

Museum record: 22.71 | date unknown | sight height: 23 in, sight width: 35.5 in, Frame height: 31.25 in, Frame width: 44 in | Indians on a Bluff Surveying General Miles' Troops | Gift of William E. Weiss | When Charles M. Russell painted a history painting related to the exploration or settlement of the West, he often painted it with Indian subjects as the primary focus. This painting refers to one of the incidents in the Sioux wars of the period 1877-1879 when Nelson Miles pursued the Indians in Montana. | LLC C M Russell (skull), on verso: Typed, attached to back: Dear Sir- This picture represents the Indians coming around the bluff, looking down on General Miles': troops in camp in the valley on the opposite side of the river. The country is what is known as the bad lands in Montana, the Little Rockeys in the distance. The location is about one hundred miles below old Fort Benton on the Missouri River, and is a perfect representation of the country. Yours Resp., C.M. Russell (Signature in ink) | Restrictions: May not be sold or traded under any circumstances. Source: (Weiss collection #14) | 22.71.JPG | 22.71.jpg | Landscape | Animal | Group | military | Indian | Painting | oil on canvas | Russell, Charles M.

Alert (deer)
Roman Bronze Works, Inc. | R...
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Exhibit notes: Alert - Russell

Museum record: 14.72 | H: 7 in, Base Length: 7.188 in, Base Width: 3.75 in | Alert (deer) | C M Russell (skull), ROMAN BRONZE WORKS. INC. N.Y., (3 lines scratched in) | Credit line: Gift of William E. Weiss. Restrictions: May not be sold or traded under any circumstances. | 14.72_sm.jpg | Animal | Sculpture | bronze | Roman Bronze Works, Inc. | Russell, Charles M.

An Enemy that Warns
Russell, Charles M. | Sculpt...
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Exhibit notes: An Enemy that Warns - Russell

Museum record: 15.72 | 1922-1940 | H: 5 in, L: 8 in, width: 3.675 in, Base Length: 7.875 in, Base Width: 5.625 in | An Enemy that Warns | Gift of William E. Weiss. | Right side of base: CM Russell/(buffalo skull)/R.B.W., Scratched in lower edge under horn: (3 lines), On white tape under base: AN ENEMY THAT WARNS/A.7521 #181 | (Wolf looking at rattlesnake behind skull). Restrictions: May not be sold or traded under any circumstances. | 15.72_sm.jpg | wolf | Animal | Sculpture | bronze | Russell, Charles M.

A Post Office in ...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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Exhibit notes: A Post Office in the "Cow Country" - Russell

Museum record: 11.76 | ca. 1901 | H: 27.375 in, width: 40.375 in, Frame height: 36.25 in, Frame width: 49.125 in, frame depth: 3.625 in | A Post Office in the "Cow Country" | Museum Purchase. The Board of Trustees of the Buffalo Bill Historical Center dedicates this painting to fellow Trustee Harris Haston and Advisor Carlene Lebous for their exceptional work and support of the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in helping to make the exhibition "Visions of the American West: Masterworks from the Buffalo Bill Historical Center" and the January 2012 Trustees meeting a reality. Their efforts exemplify the Spirit of the American West. Enacted January 27, 2012. | By 1900 Remington had made several trips to Wyoming, and in 1897, he stayed with Buffalo Bill on his ranch. Remington's photo albums contain photographs of Cody and this region. It is thought that A Post Office in the Cow Country depicts the originally proposed town of "Shoshone." The federal authorities, however, warned the town developers that the name could cause confusion with the existing town of "Shoshoni" which lay 113 miles to the southeast. Thus the name was changed to Cody. The hills in the background of the painting resemble those just east of Cody known as McCullough Peaks. | LRC: Frederic Remington/Big Horn Basin- | 11.76.JPG | 11.76.jpg | 11.76.jpg | 11.76.web.jpg | Animal | Group | Landscape | Cowboy | Painting | black and white oil on canvas | Frederic Remington (1861-1909) A Post Office in the "Cow Country" ca.1901, oil on canvas Museum Purchase This painting appeared as an illustration for Collier's Weekly in October 1901. It was inspired by a visit Remington made to Wyoming in 1897. While there, the artist stayed with William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody at his ranch. He saw the surrounding mountain ranges of the area, including McCullough Peaks, which he depicted in the background. 11.76 | Remington, Frederic

Indian Scout
Russell, Charles M. | Painti...
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Exhibit notes: Indian Scout - Russell

Museum record: 18.70 | 1897 | sight height: 24 in, sight width: 8.75 in, Frame height: 29.25 in, Frame width: 14.25 in | Indian Scout | Gift of William E. Weiss. | LLC: C M Russell/(skull)/1897 | 18.70.JPG | 18.70.jpg | Indian | Landscape | Painting | oil on board | Charles M. Russell (1864-1926) Indian Scout, 1897 Oil on board Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Gift of William E. Weiss, 18.70 Indian scouting parties were a favorite subject of Russell’s. In this painting, Russell depicts a single sentry standing tall on a hilltop looking out toward an unseen vista. Such a dignified portrayal reveals the artist’s admiration and empathy for neighboring Plains Indian tribes. | Russell, Charles M.

Mountain Mother
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Exhibit notes: Mountain Mother - Russell

Museum record: 16.81 | 1924 | H: 6.75 in, Base Length: 14 in, Base Width: 5.5 in | Mountain Mother | Gift of William E. Weiss | Russell enjoyed modeling animal figures on oddly shaped roots or branch fragments. Mountain Mother captures the playful nature of the cubs and the watchful, protective instinct of the sow. | Log, left of last cub: CM Russell (skull) 1924 c; Foundry mark: Nelli Art Bronze Work L.A. | 16.81.JPG | Animal | Sculpture | bronze | Charles Russell (1864-1926) Mountain Mother 1924, bronze Nelli Art Bronze Work, L.A. Gift of William E. Weiss, 16.81 | Russell, Charles M. | Nelli Art Bronze Work

Mounted Indian
Russell, Charles M. | Painti...
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Exhibit notes: Mounted Indian - Russell

Museum record: 28.73 | 1913 | sight height: 9.375 in, sight width: 7.25 in, Frame height: 18.75 in, Frame width: 16.75 in | Mounted Indian | Gift of William E. Weiss | LLC: C M R/(skull)/1913 [verso, center:] FR / 24 | Restrictions: May not be sold or traded under any circumstances. Source: (Weiss collection #42) | 28.73.JPG | 28.73.jpg | Indian | Animal | Painting | watercolor on paper | Russell, Charles M.