Known as "the cowboy artist," Charles Marion Russell (1864-1926) created over 2,000 paintings featuring cowboys, Native Americans, and landscapes set in the western United States and Canada. He was also a bronze sculptor and was also referred to as C.M. Russell, Charlie Russell, and "Kid" Russell. He earned his moniker as cowboy artist as he left school at 16 to work on a Montana sheep ranch and then found work as a hunter and trapper, a cowboy for a number of outfits, and eventually lived with a Native American tribe before becoming known for his paintings and settling into life as a full-time artist. This historic artist’s handsome artwork is perfect for your rustic farmhouse or modern farmhouse home. His pieces allow you to bring a touch of the Wild West into your art collection. Premium giclee prints show the same detail and coloring as the original painting but at a comfortable price point. Upgrade your Charles Mario Russell art print with a handcrafted frame, put it on stretched canvas, or have your canvas art framed for a big impact on your walls.