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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.