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CHAS.M.RUSSELL POSTCARDS WESTERN ART PAINTED IN YELLOWSTONE PK, MONTANA

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    Posted 2 years ago

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    Charles M. Russell, did two of these cartoony images while he was in Yellowstone Park 1907- NUMBERS 2 & 3
    I like them because they are a bit different from the style he later developed --PHOTO #1-- the style we recognize him for.-(Men On The Open Range v postcard) On display in Helena,Montana, Montana Historical Society MacKay Collecrion
    Numbers 2 &3 were made on postcards--retaining the his usual steer's head logo and initials, and printed by Trails End Publishing Co. in 1952 reproduced directly from the originals in The Chas. M .Russell Museum, Montana.

    Number 4 is a mailed postcard in 1908 with a western style artist ,
    FRANK TELLER ( or Jeller) giving his nice rendition western ways, Printed in Great Britain and titled, "Race Of Cowboys and Indians". The corner is off but I liked it so got it anyway
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    1. PostCardCollector PostCardCollector, 2 years ago
      CW Art Lovers--Thanks!
      JImam
      blunderbuss2
      Cindy715
      vetraio50
      Caperkid
      SpiritBear
    2. PostCardCollector PostCardCollector, 2 years ago
      Chas.Russell art post card # 3 is titled "Tourists In A Tree" and was done in his Yellowstone Park period. 1907.
    3. TheGateKeeper TheGateKeeper, 2 years ago
      The Charlie Russell Museum in Great Falls, Montana is a must see. He was a great artist.
    4. PostCardCollector PostCardCollector, 2 years ago
      I appreciate your additional info. I was there several years ago. I found it memorable!!
      !!

    5. PostCardCollector PostCardCollector, 2 years ago
      Thanks much for taling a look at these items,
      TheGateKeeper .
      aura

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