C. M. Russell Museum Complex
400 13th St North
Great Falls, Cascade County, Montana, 59401
The museum's primary function is to display the artwork of Great Falls "cowboy artist" Charles Marion Russell, for whom the museum is named.
Charles M. Russell was a professional artist for the last 30 years of his life. He created an estimated 4,000 to 4,500 works of art.
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The C. M. Russell Museum displays original 19th, 20th, and 21st century art depicting the American Old West and the flora, fauna, and landscapes of the American West.
Located on the C. M. Russell Museum Complex property is Russell's log cabin studio, as well as his two-story wood frame home. The Russell home is open from May to September, and is furnished with period furniture (some of which was owned by the Russells).