Dan Deuter

Bio

Dan Deuter is known nationally for his stirring scenes of the west as it was. Dan has combined a lifetime of personal experiences and research of the Old West into his art. His favorite subjects are the mountain men, American Indians and wildlife of the late 1880’s.  Deuter grew up on a ranch in South Dakota. He chased cattle, mended fences, hunted and fished. His life as a cowboy and his deep interest in western history led his art career in that direction, and historically accurate paintings of the Old West are his trademark.  He’s interested in rebuilding historic cabins and repairs old equipment, traps beaver, hunts buffalo, hand-tans hides, and makes buckskin clothing and quivers decorated with beading. That’s why his art is so authentic. He also likes to produce realistic photo shoots for artists across the country.  Dan and Elli live on their ranch near Montrose, Colorado.

Artwork

Robidoux's Men
Early Spring Courtship
Tough Road to Glory
Buffalo Bull
Red Willow Camp
The Bountonniere
Winter Nap
Winter Camp
Rush Hour Traffic
Subtle Warning
Company for Christmas
Red Lance
Courtin' Time
Crossing Guard
Followed
A Winters Commissary
Warlord
Sparrow Hawk Woman
Drinking Buddies
High Steppin'
Treaty Keeper
Festus & Zeke Meeting the Gas Man
March Thaw
Cold Medicine
Medicine Bull
His Daughter's Favorite
Buffalo Bull
Snow Queen
Over The Edge
Escape Of The River Ghost
Working Girls
Valintino
Solitude
Road To Riches
Range War
Pursuit of the Yellow Robe
Thunderbolt
Not Their Horse
Moving Day
Horse Raiders
Dulce
Cold Feet
Co-Conspiritors
Changing Times
Center of The Universe