Artist Russell Sherman 1907 – 1980
Year c. 1945
A LIMITED EDITION
lowa-born Russell Sherman first manifested an interest in art at the age of four. The son of a wheat grower and cattleman, his first drawings were of the locomotives and box-cars frequently side-tracked near his home. Later his parents moved to Nebraska, and the young artist amused himself by exercising his talent on the sides of the wheat granary. In later years, he studied at the Art Institute in Kansas City. He is now well known for his lithographic rendering and murals of the western scene and has illustrated many books. One of his murals is in Estes Park, Colorado, in the Rocky Mountain National Park, another in the post office at Loveland in the same state. His deep love and understanding of the West is reflected in the subtlety of this newest of his works.
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