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Charles M. Russell Art Prints

Charles Marion Russell (1864-1926) was an American artist whose paintings and sculptures are cherished and respected by admirers world wide. A self-taught artist, Charles Russell's art is well known for focusing on the American West during the late 1800's. His artwork frequently depicts vivid action, great detail, an ornery humor, and sorrow over the passing of the "cowboy era" in the American West that he knew personally. Like Frederic Remington, Charles M. Russell's artwork is considered a great and uniquely American treasure. For more information on Charles Russell please see the bottom on this page. If you are looking for original cowboy paintings (not necessarily from Charles Russel), you might like this page: Original Cowboy Paintings.

Below are some of renowned artist Charles M. Russell's most beautiful posters and art from Amazon and eBay.


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Charles Russell on All Posters - If you want to customize your art, All Posters is a great place to shop. With many items you can choose your matting and frame, or style of canvas.


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Below are more Charles M. Russell art prints, posters, and sometimes other items on Amazon.

Charles Russell's Bronc To Breakfast
Bronc To Breakfast
One of Charles Russell's most famous and popular paintings. Usually available at Amazon on a variety of items, including posters, shower curtains, phone cases, and more. To see what's currently available, you can use this link: Bronc To Breakfast on Amazon.

In Without Knocking by Charles M Russell
In Without Knocking
Another famous and popular classic of Charles M. Russell's filled with action, humor, and detail. To see other available posters and other merchandise you can click here: In Without Knocking on Amazon.


Charles M. Russell, Cowboy and Artist

Charles Marion Russell (1864 - 1926) was born in St. Louis, MO, but made his way to the Judith Basin area of Montana when he was barely 16 years old. As a child he had fantasized about becoming a cowboy in the great American West, and two years after arriving in Judith Basin he realized his dream by becoming a night wrangler. He pursued both his passions of cowboying and art for 11 years before finally becoming a full-time artist. Many historians credit Charles Russell's wife Nancy (the former Nancy Cooper, married to Charles in 1896) with the business acumen that gained her husband the national and international fame his art deserved. Charles Russell died in 1926 at his home in Montana.

Below: 1907 studio portrait of Charles Marion Russell.

Portrait of Charles Marion Russell

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