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See these stunning images from Appropriated: The Chronicled West before it closes

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This week's review of Appropriated: The Chronicled West at the Robischon Gallery by Michael Paglia examines the show which opened back on March 29 and runs through Saturday.

Below are a few images from the show.

Edie Winograde, "Battle on the Little Big Horn I (Crow Agency, Montana)", pigment print Edie Winograde, "Custer (Hardin, Montana)", pigment print Edie Winograde, "Wagon Train II (Medicine Lodge, Kansas)", pigment print

(All images are courtesy of Robischon Gallery)

Images by Gary Emrich are on the next page.

Gary Emrich, "Marshall with Refreshe Spring Water", pigment print Gary Emrich, "Rodeo Cowboy," pigment print Gary Emrich, "Sheriff with Ice Mountain Spring Water", pigment print

(All images are courtesy of Robischon Gallery)

Images by Jerry Kunkel on are the next page.

Jerry Kunkel, "Auto Focus (For Albert Bierstadt)", oil on canvas Jerry Kunkel, "Enough Said (Thomas Moran)", oil on canvas Jerry Kunkel, "Love Letter (Thomas Hill)", oil on canvas

Images by Stephen Batura are on the next page

Stephen Batura, "Forty-One", casein on panel Stephen Batura, "Orange Meridian", casein  on panel Stephen Batura, "Stock", casein on panel

(All images are courtesy of Robischon Gallery)   Follow us on Twitter! Like us on Facebook!

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