Anouk Krantz’ new book on Art and Catherine Nicholas’ Wyoming ranch celebrates their stewardship and integrity.
Artist Rygh Westby speaks of his many Western Horseman covers featuring scenes, wagons and cowpunchers across the West.
Russell Martin’s 1983 book COWBOY: The Enduring Myth of the Wild West looked at the American cowboy’s broad cultural influence, and continues to educate and entertain.
Kurt Markus, whose writing and photography helped bring about the Cowboy Renaissance of the late 1970s and early 80s, passed away on June 12th at his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico, surrounded by his loving family.
Almost forgotten, this artist and author’s books and illustrations rank amongst the most authentic and inventive in Western literature.
Photographer Anouk Krantz’s book American Cowboys presents a contemporary affirmation that our cowboy culture is not only alive, but thriving.