|A Quiet Day in Utica, 1907, C. M. Russell.|
|C.M. Russell in his studio ca. 1900|
|C.M. Russell Self-portrait|
|Waiting for a Chinook, 1887, C. M. Russell|
|Water to Camp, C.M. Russell--highlighting the role of women in Native American life.|
|The Cree Indian, C.M. Russell|
|Keeoma 3, C.M. Russell. He used his wife as a model.|
|Wild Horse Hunters, 1913, C.M. Russell|
|C.M. Russell by John B.|
|C.M. Russell's most famous work, the massive (12 foot X 25 foot) |
Lewis and Clark Meet the Flatheads at Ross' Hole, dates from 1912.
It hangs today in the Montana House of Representatives.