Our latest project for the Amon Carter Museum of American Art is Charles M. Russell: Watercolors, 1887–1926, the first comprehensive history of the cowboy artist’s watercolors. Russell created over a thousand watercolors during his long career, offering a rich range of work for scholarly study. This book reproduces many of those paintings, as well as sketches, illustrated letters, and archival photographs. Dr. Rick Stewart, a leading Russell scholar, contributes the main essay for the book. A second essay by conservator Jodi Utter provides a scientific examination of Russell’s watercolor techniques and materials.

The book is available through the Amon Carter. A collector’s edition, hand-bound in leather at Paper Hammer Studios in Tieton, Washington, is also available through the museum’s website.

See more photos of this book on our Work page.



Photography by Jeremy Linden