Fred FellowsOriginal Oils & Prints

Original Oils

Away From Winter Winds

Away From Winter Winds
The Plains Indians made camp during the winter in sheltered valleys along rivers and creeks where there was firewood and water for the camp and horses.

Oil Image 24" x 36"
$28,000

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Range Doctors

Range Doctors
Cowboys sometimes have to treat cattle many miles from the corrals. Mounted on good horses, they can rope and stretch out a cow to doctor her.

Oil Image 24" x 60"
$28,000

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Lord of the Plains

Lord of the Plains

A Crow warrior with his weapons and riding his favorite warhorse was the undisputed Lord Of The Plains.

Oil on Board Image 16" x 20"
$14,000

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Prints


Wolves of Winter

Wolves of Winter
This is a raid on the trapper's camp. Blackfeet indians with a stolen horse, saddle, and rifle in the 1830's period.

Image 19.75" x 30"

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Range Doctors

Range Doctors

Two cowboys are taking a closer look at a Hereford cow a long way from home.

Image 16" x 24"

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Pioneer Inn - Maui, Hawaii

Pioneer Inn

Sailboat Endeavor in front of the Inn

Image 24" x 36"

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Breaking the Morning Trail

Breaking morning trail

Bringing horses to water at winter camp.

Image 17.50" x 30"

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Spring in the High Country

Spring in the High Country

A Blackfeet camp in the spring snows of the high country.

Image 14" x 23"

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The First Snowfall

The First Snowfall

The start of elk season - good tracking weather.

Image 16" x 24"

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Swan River Crossing

Swan River Crossing

Packing into the Bob Marshall from the west side.

Image 18" x 32"

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The Buffalo Hunters

Lord of the Plains

Buffalo hunters in the Texas Panhandle using the 16lb. Sharps rifle.

Image 16" x 32"

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The Music Box

The Music Box

Winner of CAA Silver Medal for oil at the Phoenix Art Museum. In a time before the radio, a music box was a wonderful thing. Symphony music from Europe could be heard, and even danced to, on the remote prarie frontier.

Image 20" x 26"

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The Broken Star Quilt

Broken Star Quilt

Early pioneer woman mending a family treasure on the trail.

Image 20" x 30"

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Time To Care

Time to Care

Everybody needs a little loving now and then.

Image 12" x 18"

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Life In the Fast Lane

Life In the Fast Lane

A 1929 Model A with a home made horse trailer changed the West.

Image 12" x 23"

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Southfork Crossing

Southfork Crossing

Crossing the Southfork by Slick Rock in the Bob Marshall Wilderness area in Montana.

Image 16" x 24"

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