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Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
Posters & Jigsaws since 2004

American West Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 88 pictures in our American West collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Youngers, American outlaws, c1868-1876 (1954) Featured Print

The Youngers, American outlaws, c1868-1876 (1954)

The Youngers, American outlaws, c1868-1876 (1954). Left to right: Bob, Rhetta, James and Cole. The brothers formed part of the notorious James-Younger gang, with Jesse and Frank James. The gang robbed banks, stagecoaches and trains across the West between 1869 and 1876. A fourth brother, John, was killed in a gunfight with Pinkertons agents in 1874. The surviving three Youngers were wounded and captured by a posse after the gang robbed a bank in Northfield, Minnesota on 7th September 1876. All three were sentenced to life mprisonment after pleading guilty to their crimes in order to avoid hanging. A print from the Pictorial History of the Wild West, by James D Horan and Paul Sann, Spring Books, London, 1954

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The Wild Bunch, American outlaw gang, 1901 (1954) Featured Print

The Wild Bunch, American outlaw gang, 1901 (1954)

The Wild Bunch, American outlaw gang, 1901 (1954). Left to right, standing, William Carver (News Carver), Harvey Logan (Kid Curry); sitting, Harry Longabaugh (Sundance Kid), Ben Kilpatrick (The Tall Texan), Robert LeRoy Parker (Butch Cassidy). The gang operated out of the Hole-in-the-Wall Pass in Wyoming, a notorious haunt of outlaw groups, between 1889 and 1901 robbing trains and banks across the West. Their activities came to an end in 1901. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid emigrated to South America (they are said to have been killed by Bolivian police after a robbery in 1908), Carver was killed in a shootout with lawmen, and Kilpatrick was captured in Tennessee and sentenced to 20 years in jail. Kid Curry, the most notorious member of the gang in terms of the number of people he killed, was shot and killed in a gunfight with lawmen in Colorado in 1904. Kilpatrick was released from prison in 1911 but was shot and killed the following year while robbing a train near Sanderson, Texas. (Colorised black and white print)

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Mandan Indians, with Medicine Man in Bear Skin, c1875 Featured Print

Mandan Indians, with Medicine Man in Bear Skin, c1875

Mandan Indians, with Medicine Man in Bear Skin, c1875. The Mandan traditionally lived along the banks of the Missouri River and two of its tributaries, the Heart and the Knife, in what is today North and South Dakota. Their numbers were greatly reduced in the 19th century by epidemics of smallpox and whooping cough, diseases introduced by white settlers and the last full-blooded Mandan died in 1971

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