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Russell, Charles M. (1864-1926) View 143 Items
Charlie Russell once wrote to a friend who sought inspiration as a writer, "[C]inch your saddle on romance. [H]es a high headed hoss with plenty of blemishes but keep him moovin an thers fiew that can call the leg he limps on and most folks like prancers." They were words Charlie himself lived by, and while, unlike many of the "cowboy artists", his experience of the West was authentic, involving years of hard work as a genuine cow-puncher, he understood that the audience for his...
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Saint Gaudens, Augustus (1848-1907) View 3 Items
Augustus Saint-Gaudens was the leading American sculptor of his time, some term him the "American Michelangelo" while others compared him to the French giant Auguste Rodin. His work encompassed a broad variety of sculptural forms over his life, from his design of the double eagle gold coin which some scholars have termed "the most beautiful coin ever minted" (the government later melted most of them down; one of the rare double eagles left in existence recently sold at auction for $6.6 million) to the ...
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Salinas, Porfirio (1910-1973) View 1 Item
The Texas bluebonnet is probably the only flower that has been brought into national awareness largely due to the work of a single artist - Porfirio Salinas (1910-1973). As Salinas said later in life, "First, before you can learn to paint, you must learn how to see." His work has taught people around the world how to see the beauty of the Texas landscapes in which he spent his life. Born on a stock farm in Bastrop, Texas on November 6, 1910, Porfirio Salinas, Jr....
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