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Charles Marion Russell  American  1864 -1926
Born: St. Louis, Missouri, United States 
Died: Great Falls, Montana, United States 
Active: Great Falls, Montana, United States 
Los Angeles California, United States 
Exhibited: Chicago 
St. Louis World's Fair, 1904 
New York City 1911
Corcoran Gallery 1925
Examples of Work: Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas 
Gilcrease Institute, Tulsa 
Montana Historical Society, Helena 
National Cowboy Hall of Fame, Oklahoma City 
Norton Gallery, Shreveport, Louisiana 
State Capitol, Helena, Montana 
Whitney Gallery of Western Art, Cody, Wyoming 
Trigg C.M. Russell Gallery, Great Falls, Montana 
Woolaroc Museum, Bartlesville, Oklahoma 
Specialty: Painter
Style/School: Western
Subjects Known For: American West
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Charles M. Russell lived the life he depicted during his prolific career as painter, sculptor and illustrator of Western scenes. He spent his youth living and working in the American West; the public grew to know him as the "Cowboy Artist."

Born in 1864 in what is now the Oak Hill sect... (More)

Charles Marion Russell, largely self-taught, was one of America's best known and popular "Cowboy Artist" who painted Western scenes. He was an authentic cowboy and wrangler who spent 6 months living with the Blood Indians of... (More)

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