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Watercolorist, William Matthews, is most well known for his portrayal of the working cowboys from the great ranches of the American west. Other areas of pursuit by the artist can be seen in the following exhibition catalogs: ; Canyon de Chelly, (2005), Scotland; The Highlands & Islands, (2003), A Wet Line: Fly Fishing on the Rivers of North America, (2002), Land of the Rajput, (2001), Fast Horses, (1999), Ireland, (1997), Heart Land: Watercolors of the Amish and Mennonite and Shaker Villages, (1996), China, (1995), The Blue Nile, (1993) and Sketches of Spain, (1992). A second published monograph on Matthews’ work will be available in the fall of 2007 entitled, “William Matthews: Working the West.” William Matthews paintings are part of numerous public collections including the Denver Art Museum, National Cowboy Hall of Fame, Eiteljorg Museum, Buffalo Bill Historical Center and the Phoenix Art Museum.