Richard Prince’s Cowboy series was really a turning point in his career. They way that he captured the essence of the everyday rustic Marlboro man on his journey through a post-apocalyptic wasteland speak volumes about his talent.

5 comments on “Cowboys

  1. Are you kidding…? He didn’t photograph the essence of the everyday rustic Marlboro Man. He only photographed a photograph of the everyday rustic Marlboro Man.

  2. Regardless of your opinion. Without Richard Prince the world would have never learned the importance of cigarettes to the American cowboy.

  3. Hi there, I would like to request permission to reproduce one of the images from your Cowboy images in the Unisa (University of South Africa) 3rd yera Art History study guide on Postmodernism.

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