Famous artists Charles Russell and Frederic Remington are renowned for their cowboy paintings and depictions of the American Old West.
Famous Wild West paintings, known as Western-Cowboy art spans the period from the 1880's until the beginning of the 20th century. The Indian wars where the US Cavalry were fighting the Geronimo and other Native American tribes brought a new focus on life in the American West, sparked by publication of Remington's cowboy western oil paintings in prominent East Coast magazines. The Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth Texas holds the largest collection of paintings by Russell and Remington, as well as lesser known contemporaries.
Our oil painting reproductions of the Wild West provide an insight to the lives of the cowboys and trappers of the period.
Charles M Russell famous paintings include The Jerk Line 1912 and In Without Knocking 1909. Charlie Russell's western cowboy paintings are inspired by the Montana landscape where he lived and worked as a cowboy. Oil paintings reproductions of Charles Russell's cowboy paintings are available from our cowboy wall art catalog.
Frederic Remington was born in New York but also painted American West paintings. His first trip to Montana was at the age of 19 where the big Montana skies and prairies were the source of his future paintings. A Dash for Timber 1889 is one of our most popular Frederic Remington paintings. Remington's The Stampede 1908 is available in the original size of 176.8 x 256.1cm as one of our reproduction oil paintings on canvas.
We have a large selection of art reproductions on canvas and all of our Old West paintings are created entirely by hand by one our professional artists.
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