JUNE 2022 – SEPTEMBER 2022
In 1920, Winold Reiss made his first trip to the Blackfeet Reservation of Browning, Montana, to fulfill his long-held goal to paint Indian portraits. Although reluctant to pose for him, Reiss made it clear to the Blackfeet that he wanted to help future generations remember the greatness of the Blackfeet Nation. Visit the C.M. Russell Museum this summer to see a selection of portraits of the Blackfeet Nation that Reiss produced in his lifetime.