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Western Art

Very few parts of history have captured the imagination and hearts of the American populace like the lifestyles portrayed in artwork of the American West. These paintings depict cowboys, Indians, horses, and other aspects of frontier life. Because of the many fans of this category of art, Western art is used for decorations in homes and offices around the United States. Western art includes images of cowboys, Native Americans, ranches, country style art, and much more.

Western Artwork

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Charles Marion Russell - A Bad Hoss
by Vintage Apple Collection
12" x 17"
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Great American Cowboy
by Jack Sorenson
24" x 18"
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Wagon Boss
by Charles M. Russell
32" x 22"
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Buffalo Soldiers
by Geno Peoples
18" x 24"
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Kokopelli II
by Unknown
18" x 24"
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Bonnie and Clyde Wanted Poster
by Unknown
18" x 24"
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In Without Knocking
by Charles M. Russell
28" x 20"
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Dear God It Is Me Calling
by Carla D'aguanno
14" x 11"
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Winds of Change
by Jack Sorenson
18" x 22"
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Hard to Get To
by Jack Sorenson
24" x 18"
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Innocent Allies (Unscheduled Stop)
by Charles M. Russell
28" x 20"
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Western Saloon
by Lee Dubin
24" x 19"
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Texas Rangers
by Red Horse Signs
16" x 8"
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Canyon Mustangs
by John Leone
20" x 16"
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Colorado Cowboy
by Jack Sorenson
24" x 20"
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Al Capone Wanted Poster
by Unknown
18" x 24"
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Western Skull Mount III
by Ethan Harper
38" x 17"
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A Place in the Sun
by Jack Sorenson
24" x 20"
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Al Capone Wanted Poster
by Vintage Apple Collection
36" x 36"
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Sharing an Apple
by Tom Ryan
30" x 24"
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Mad Cow
by Charles M. Russell
22" x 16"
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Kokopelli Jamming
by Unknown
24" x 18"
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Jerkline
by Charles M. Russell
32" x 22"
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Cowgirl
by Lisa Dearing
12" x 15"
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A Split Decision
by Tom Ryan
32" x 25"
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Building Memories
by Jack Sorenson
17" x 13"
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Helping Hand
by Jack Sorenson
18" x 24"
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Arizona Cowboy
by Frederic Remington
20" x 23"
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Lure of Rockies
by Jack Sorenson
13" x 17"
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Bronc To Breakfast
by Charles M. Russell
16" x 13"
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Jesse James Wanted Poster
by Unknown
18" x 24"
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Upon the Highest Bough
by Jack Sorenson
6" x 8"
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Reflections of the Rockies
by Jack Sorenson
18" x 18"
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The Gambler's
by Lee Dubin
16" x 12"
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Into the High Lonesome
by Jack Sorenson
13" x 17"
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The reason behind the popularity of Western art is highly debated, but for most admirers it comes down to the alternating sense of rustic comfort and adventurous lifestyles that this form of art depicts. It reminds viewers of a simpler time where determination and hard work were their own reward, something that is almost the polar opposite of the fast-paced lives that most people live in modern times.

While the subject matter for Western art is typified by examples of frontier life, the styles in which those lives are depicted vary drastically. Flat styles represent native deities, mythologies, and ranch life equally with a sense of energy and purpose that carries over to the hearts and souls of people who admire Western art.

Three-dimensional styles are the most commonly available interpretations of this artistic category. Carefully drawn people, animals, buildings, and terrain allow viewers to glimpse a richly detailed, colorful, and iconic representation of the Old West. Amazing artists like Frederic Remington and Jack Sorenson bring realistic and lively interpretations to this historic age.

Contemporary artists have also embraced the nearly magical appeal of Western art. Pop art of cowboy boots, hats, and rodeo scenes are highly popular for people who love the rustic feel of Western art but want to update its appeal for a more modern look. Native American deities, like Kokopelli, are also widely represented in contemporary works.

Western art is suitable for almost any home decor. The wild and inspiring influence of this category of art is not just an excellent decorative aesthetic but also represents the steadfastness of the brave people that made our country the way it is today.
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