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Charles Marion Russell Collection

Charles Marion Russell (1864-1926) was an American painter and illustrator, celebrated for his depictions of the American West

Background imageCharles Marion Russell Collection: The meeting of American and Native American men shaking hands on horseback

The meeting of American and Native American men shaking hands on horseback
1579991 The meeting of American and Native American men shaking hands on horseback, 1910 (painting) by Russell, Charles Marion (1865-1926); Universal History Archive/UIG; American, out of copyright

Background imageCharles Marion Russell Collection: On the Warpath, 1895 (oil on canvas)

On the Warpath, 1895 (oil on canvas)
1764686 On the Warpath, 1895 (oil on canvas) by Russell, Charles Marion (1865-1926); 55.2x88.9 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: On the Warpath. Charles Marion Russell (1864-1926). Oil on canvas

Background imageCharles Marion Russell Collection: In the Wake of the Hunters, 1896 (oil on canvas)

In the Wake of the Hunters, 1896 (oil on canvas)
823313 In the Wake of the Hunters, 1896 (oil on canvas) by Russell, Charles Marion (1865-1926); 58.5x89 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: In the Wake of the Hunters)

Background imageCharles Marion Russell Collection: Crossing the River, c. 1895 (oil on panel)

Crossing the River, c. 1895 (oil on panel)
1767686 Crossing the River, c.1895 (oil on panel) by Russell, Charles Marion (1865-1926); 62.2x45.7 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Crossing the River. Charles Marion Russell (1864-1926)

Background imageCharles Marion Russell Collection: Buffalo Hunt, 1897 (oil on canvas)

Buffalo Hunt, 1897 (oil on canvas)
650440 Buffalo Hunt, 1897 (oil on canvas) by Russell, Charles Marion (1865-1926); 60.3x90.8 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Buffalo Hunt. Charles Marion Russell (1865-1926). Oil on canvas

Background imageCharles Marion Russell Collection: The Attack, 1900 (oil on board)

The Attack, 1900 (oil on board)
1764734 The Attack, 1900 (oil on board) by Russell, Charles Marion (1865-1926); 47x61.9 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: The Attack. Charles Marion Russell (1864-1926). Oil on board

Background imageCharles Marion Russell Collection: Buffalo Hunt no. 7, 1892-1895 (oil on canvas)

Buffalo Hunt no. 7, 1892-1895 (oil on canvas)
823314 Buffalo Hunt no. 7, 1892-1895 (oil on canvas) by Russell, Charles Marion (1865-1926); 57.1x89 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Buffalo Hunt no.7. Charles Marion Russell (1865-1926)

Background imageCharles Marion Russell Collection: Range Mother, 1908 (oil on canvas)

Range Mother, 1908 (oil on canvas)
823312 Range Mother, 1908 (oil on canvas) by Russell, Charles Marion (1865-1926); 52x76.9 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Range Mother. Charles Marion Russell (1865-1926). Oil on canvas

Background imageCharles Marion Russell Collection: Rainy Morning, 1904 (watercolour and gouache on paper laid down on paperboard)

Rainy Morning, 1904 (watercolour and gouache on paper laid down on paperboard)
1764713 Rainy Morning, 1904 (watercolour and gouache on paper laid down on paperboard) by Russell, Charles Marion (1865-1926); 53.3x73.7 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Rainy Morning)

Background imageCharles Marion Russell Collection: The Hold Up Stagecoach US Mail Coach Robbery

The Hold Up Stagecoach US Mail Coach Robbery
The Hold Up. After a work by American artist Charles Marion Russell, 1864-1926. A US Mail coach is held up by outlaws


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Charles Marion Russell (1864-1926) was an American painter and illustrator, celebrated for his depictions of the American West. His works capture the spirit of the frontier, bridging the gap between Native American and European-American cultures. In "On the Warpath" (1895), two men shake hands on horseback, symbolizing peace amidst the chaos of the frontier. "The Bronco Buster" (1894) and "Buffalo Hunt" (1897) showcase the raw power and determination of cowboys and hunters. In contrast, "Range Mother" (1908) and "Rainy Morning" (1904) offer quiet moments of beauty and reflection. Russell's "In the Wake of the Hunters" (1896), "Buffalo Hunt no. 7" (1892-1895), and "The Attack" (1900) vividly portray the excitement and danger of the hunt. And let's not forget Russell's depiction of a more ominous side of the West in "The Hold Up" (undated), a stagecoach robbery scene filled with tension and suspense.