While Russell’s works appear in collections throughout the United States, the C.M. Russell Museum offers visitors a unique opportunity to connect with Charlie as an artist, husband, and friend. The museum includes not just interpretive exhibits and art galleries, but Russell’s studio, the gallery addition to the studio, and the house he and Nancy Russell built. In 2019, the Russell House and Studio re-opened with new, interactive components that provide a unique opportunity for visitors to commune with Charlie the artist and gain a deeper understanding of Charlie and Nancy’s marriage and partnership.

Russell Home
Charlie working on Whose Meat

Architecture of Place

As a complement to the 2019 reinterpretation and conservation of the C.M. Russell House and Studio, Architecture of Place: the C.M. Russell House and Studio contains a collection of essays, an educational speaker series, and access to digital collections associated with the structures themselves and the people who lived there.