Greg Kelsey, Walkara: Hawk of the Mountains, 2011 Daniel Smith, Stillwater Crossing, 2011 Charles Marion Russell, Crippled but Still Coming (A Dangerous Cripple), 1913 Albert Bierstadt, A Halt in the Yosemite, 1870 Frederic Sackrider Remington, The Wicked pony, 1898 Frederic Sackrider Remington, The Bronco Buster, 1895 Charles Schreyvogel, Off for Town, 1902 Henry Francois Farny, Indians Moving Camp, 1898 Howard Terpning, Blessing from the Medicine Man, 2001 Wilson Hurley, October Suite, Grand Canyon, 1991 Nicolai Ivanovich Fechin, Pietro Alfred Jacob Miller, Bartering for a Bride (The Trapper's Bride), 1845 George Carlson, Of One Heart, 1978 Olaf Carl Wieghorst, Cutting Horse - The Roper Joseph Henry Sharp, Wild Plum Blossoms Georgia O'Keeffe, Red Hills Beyond Abiquiu, 1931 Thomas Hill, A Rest in the Yosemites Ernest Martin Hemmings, The Twins, ca. 1923 William Penhallow Henderson, Penitente Funeral, 1920 Maynard Dixon, The Cow Country (No Trail), 1938 Catherine Carter Critcher, Pueblo Family, 1928 Ernest Leonard Blumenschein, The Plasterer, 1921 Kenneth Miller Adams, The Dry Ditch, 1964 Eanger Irving Couse, The Wedding, 1924
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Newly Renovated Western Galleries To Open in November

The Eiteljorg Museum is in the process of reimagining its Western art galleries to showcase the best of its world-class collection and crate a stronger, more personal experience that engages visitors in a whole new way. Once inside the galleries, visitors will encounter Attitudes: The West in American Art, an exploration of the cultural identity, diversity and artistic expression of the West. Visitors will see how art has influenced perceptions of how "the West" is defined as a place and time.

The galleries will include interactive experiences, including touchscreens and art-making activities that will appeal to visitors of all ages. A greater depth of the Eiteljorg's collection is showcased while providing new ways to look at the art. Special emphasis is placed on the diversity of Western art, including works by artists who are Native American, African-American, Asian-American and Latino-American. 

Come view our wonderful collection as you have never seen it before.

Special Reopening Celebration Honoring James Nottage

Thursday, Nov. 8
5:30 - 9 p.m. 
Cost: Individual reservation - $150, Table of 10 reservation - $1500, Patron reservation - $200, Patron Table - $2,000 per table

New Western Art Galleries Members Opening
Friday, Nov. 9
6 - 9 p.m.
Cost: Members - $20, Not yet members - $35

Please register for either event by Nov. 2 by contacting Mary Whistler at 317.275.1316 or

New Western Art Galleries Open to the Public
Saturday, Nov. 10
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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