Carter Works in Russell Retrospective Exhibition

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The Carter has loaned seven of its over three hundred works by Charles M. Russell to the artist’s first major retrospective exhibition since his death in 1926. The Masterworks of Charles M. Russell will be on view at the Denver Art Museum through January 10, 2010; from there it travels to the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. [Denver Post review of the exhibition <a href=http://www.denverpost.com/entertainment/ci_13620640">here]

The Carter’s loan to the exhibition includes six paintings – The Silk Robe, The Buffalo Hunt [No. 39], The Medicine Man, In Without Knocking, A Tight Dally and a Loose Latigo, and Breaking Camp – and one sculpture, The Enemy’s Tracks.

Soon to come: photographs of delivery & installation of the Russell works in Denver!

The Medicine Man
Charles M. Russell, The Medicine Man, oil on canvas, 1908

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