Mothers Under the Skin

Mothers Under the Skin

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This painting was one of Russell’s best efforts to show the world the unfair prejudice was taking place toward Native Americans. Absolute poverty standing right next to arrogant affluence was something that weighed heavily on Charlie’s mind, and he made every effort to correct it where he could. During this time in Montana history, a band of homeless, starving Native Americans lived in hovels on the outskirts of town. Knowing this Russell was haunted by his success.

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This painting was one of Russell’s best efforts to show the world the unfair prejudice was taking place toward Native Americans. Absolute poverty standing right next to arrogant affluence was something that weighed heavily on Charlie’s mind, and he made every effort to correct it where he could. During this time in Montana history, a band of homeless, starving Native Americans lived in hovels on the outskirts of town. Knowing this Russell was haunted by his success.

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17 x 23 inches

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