Wild West

‘THE NEW FACE OF THE OLD WEST’

Late on an autumn afternoon in northern Montana five mounted Indians scout the banks of a watercourse in , a 40-by-70-inch oil on linen by Colt Idol. The piece blends vibrant colors with a mood conveying just how vast and intimidating the American West could, and still can, feel.

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