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Image #01: Duck Shooters

Duck Shooters, 1849, William Ranney (1813-1857). Oil on canvas, 26 x 40.125 inches. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Gift of Maxim Karolik for the M. and M. Karolik Collection of American Paintings, 1815-1865. 48.470.

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Image #02: The Wounded Trapper

The Wounded Trapper, 1850, William Ranney (1813-1857). Oil on canvas, 35 x 29 1/4 inches. Private Collection.

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Image #03: The Trapper's Last Shot

The Trapper's Last Shot, 1850, Dwight Booth after William Ranney (1813-1857). Engraving, 18 x 23 inches. Anonymous Lender.

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Image #04: Advice on the Prairie

Advice on the Prairie, 1853, William Ranney (1813-1857). Oil on canvas, 38 3/4 x 55 1/4 inches. Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, Wyoming; Gift of Mrs. J. Maxwell Moran, 10.91.

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Image #05: Self Portrait (late)

Self Portrait (late), c. 1856-1857, William Ranney (1813-1857). Oil on academy board, 8 1/4 x 7 inches. Private Collection.

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Image #06: First Fish of the Season

First Fish of the Season, 1849. William Ranney (1813-1857). Oil on canvas. 27 x 40 inches. Private Collection.

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Image #07: Hunting Wild Horses

Hunting Wild Horses, 1846. William Ranney (1813-1857). Oil on canvas. 36 x 54.25 inches. Museum of the American West Collection. Autry National Center. Museum of the American West Collection. Autry National Center.

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Image #08: Marion Crossing the Pedee

Marion Crossing the Pedee, 1850. William Ranney (1813-1857). Oil on canvas. 50.125 x 74.375 inches. Amon Carter Museum. Fort Worth, Texas. 1983.126. Amon Carter Museum. Fort Worth, Texas.

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Image #09: Virginia Wedding

Virginia Wedding, 1854, William Ranney (1813-1857). Oil on canvas. 54.125 x 82.125 inches. Courtesy of The R.W. Norton Art Gallery, Shreveport, LA. Courtesy of The R.W. Norton Art Gallery, Shreveport, LA.

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Image #10: Spaniel with Woodcock

Spaniel with Woodcock, c. 1855, William Ranney (1813-1857). Oil on canvas. The Merestead Painting Collection, The Westchester County Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation, New York.

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Image #11: The Sleigh Ride

The Sleigh Ride, 1852, William Ranney (1813-1857). Oil on canvas, The Manoogian Collection.

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