Although he was painfully reserved among strangers, the artist Charles M. Russell had a knack for making lifelong friends. This issue of Western Passages is devoted to one group amoung Russell's diverse tribe of comrades: his fellow artist. Five distinguished scholars consider the painters and illustrators with whom Russell associated, gauging the contributions of some to his artistic progress and assessing the debt owed by others to his work, with particular attention to Russell's friendships with his prot g Joe De Yong, sporting artist Philip Goodwin, and "kindred spirit" Maynard Dixon, famed interpreter of the Southwest.
Publisher: Denver Art Museum
Number of pages: 72
Weight: 417 g
Dimensions: 305 x 230 x 8 mm
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