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Ropin a Wild One by Martin Grelle - Whether painting the Native Americans in a dramatic, picturesque setting, or the American cowboy in the dusty cattle-working pens, Martin Grelle captures the spirit, beauty, and vastness of the West in his historically-accurate, compelling images. Grelle studies diligently to portray the diverse cultures of the American West accurately and with sensitivity. His knowledge of... Click on image to read more.

"Flying Eagle" Jumbo Cow Skull by Unknown. $119.99. Triumph of the Wild West! Old spirits come home in this "Flying Eagle" Jumbo Cow Skull, SAVE BIG! A genuine piece of the Open Range, brought back to life. Handpainted, intricately detailed "Flying Eagle" design captures the spirit of the Old West. Accented with simulated eagle feathers, beads, conchos and more to liven up and enrich any Western / cowboy decor from your cabin to your home to any favorite spot. Ca...

Texas longhorn cattle were almost extinct by the 1920s since modern day ranchers preferred a breed that could fatten up quickly and they no longer valued the longhorn’s ability to survive in high heat on little water, but lots of cactus, weeds and brush. Beginning in the 1930s, they were protected and bred in small stocks, mostly out of the idea of the romance of the Old West but later longhorns became popular for their lean, lower-cholesterol meat - Painting by Bonnie Marris

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