Charles M. Russell's painting "Indian Women Moving Camp 1898" shows Plains Indians riding through a stream to get to their next destination.
21 1/2" x 15"
Unframed Western art print
For thousands of years, Plains Indians culture was predominantly focused around the bison. No part of this massive mammal was wasted by Plains Indians, who traveled and moved camp often to follow bison herds. Women were integral in preparing hides and constructing teepees.
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West has an expansive Plains Indian museum and is dedicated to telling the stories of Indigenous people. Buying
Western art prints or other
Old West gifts from Points West Market is a great way to show your
support of the museum — every Points West Market dollar goes to the BBCW.