Talent is like a birthmark - it's a gift and no credit nor fault to those who wear them.

— Charles Marion Russell

The most memorable Charles Marion Russell quotes that will transform you to a better person

A pioneer is a man who turned all the grass upside down, strung bob-wire over the dust that was left, poisoned the water, cut down the trees, killed the Indian who owned the land and called it progress.


Spending that many hours in the saddle gave a man plenty of time to think.

That's why so many cowboys fancied themselves Philosophers.


The West is dead... you may lose a sweetheart but you won't forget her.


A pioneer destroys things and calls it civilization.


You can see what man made from the seat of an automobile, but the best way to see what God made is from the back of a horse.


I don't know the difference between a warm color and a cool one.


The cowboy doesn't need an iron horse, but covers his country on one that eats grass and wears hair.