Charles M. Russell's painting "When Wagons Meant Plunder" is available as a Western art print for your home or office.
23 1/4" x 18 1/2"
Unframed Western art print
Born in Missouri, a place so close to the Wild West that you could almost taste the kicked up dirt from herded cattle or roaming bison, Russell grew up determined to make his way out West. At 16, he left Missouri to work on a sheep ranch in Montana. During his time in the West he lived with a Blackfeet tribe and eventually became a staunch advocate for Indigenous rights.
Museums like the Buffalo Bill Center of the West work to preserve and share stories of the West, just like this one. Every dollar you spend at Points West Market goes directly to this museum and funds this initiative. Show your
support and bring home the West with a
Western art print or other
Old West gift today.