W.H.D. Koerner's painting "They Stood There Watching Him Move Off Across the Range, Leading His Pack Horse" shows a man atop a horse, walking in the same direction as his herd of cattle.
25" x 19"
Originally painted in 1928
Unframed Western art print
When we think of "cowboys," images of John Wayne or Clint Eastwood or even certain Dallas football teams might come to mind. The cowboy has long been a source of inspiration for artists and pop culture alike. While the life may be glorified, make no mistake: the life of a cowboy is arduous. Behind the Hollywood box office hits is a lot of work.
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West houses countless artworks and artifacts depicting the history of cowboys and the American West as a whole. You can
support the museum by shopping for
Western art prints like this one, or other
Old West gifts through Points West Market.