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 PRE-FRAMED PRINT ON CANVAS   

A Quiet Day in Utica (Framed) 


A Dash for the Timber (Framed) 


A Taint on the Wind (Framed) 


Buffalo Runners... (oversize/Framed) 


Deer in Forest (Framed) 


Fall of the Cowboy (Framed) 


Framed Limited Edition Print of Cowboys Coming To Town for Christmas 


Indians Hunting... (oversize/Framed) 


Man's Weapons... (oversize/Framed) 


Nai - U - Chi (Framed) 


Stormy Morning in the Badlands (Framed) 


The Cow Puncher (Framed) 


The Forty-niners (Framed) 


The Love Call (Framed) 


Trouble Hunters (Framed) 


Trouble on the Pony Express (Framed) 


When White Men Turn Red (Framed) 


 
- by Charles M. Russell (c. 1922)
Russell's affection for the old-time Westerners left stranded by encroachment on native lands extended to non-indigenous men who were married to North American Indian women, objects of contempt by some with the passing of the frontier period when Indian-White marriages were common. When White Men Turn Red is the only example in the Sid Richardson Museum of Russell's later work in oils. Its vibrant colors are typical of his palette after 1919. Many reasons have been given for his dramatic change in colors, among them his failing health which, perhaps, gave him a sense of mortality and freedom to experiment with his color range. It may be that advancing age gave him an almost unbearable longing for the olden times which found expression in the intense colors found in the oils of his sunset years..


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