This Artist Reimagined Iconic Western Movies With Female Cowboys and the Result Is Pretty Badass

In her activities, painter Felice House regularly likes to conflict with the standard depiction of women. Disappointed by the way that the Western sort is commanded by male heroes, she chose to take a portion of the acclaimed ranchers from great motion pictures and transform them into capable female characters.

We brings you her arrangement of sketches where women turn into the new legends of notorious Western motion picture scenes.Cowboy hats off to Felice!

Virgina Eastwood in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

© Felice House© Produzioni Europee Associati

Liakesha Dean in Giant

© Felice House© Warner Bros.

Virginia Banderas in Desperado (Study)

© Felice House© Columbia Pictures

Julia Dean in Giant

© Felice House© Warner Bros.

Krimmie Crowe in 3:10 to Yuma

© Felice House© Lionsgate

Stasha Dean in Giant

© Felice House© Warner Bros.

Julia Dean Portrait

© Felice House© Warner Bros.

Liakesha Cooper in High Noon

© Felice House© United Artists

Krimmie Wayne in The Searchers

© Felice House© Warner Bros.

Virginia Wayne Portrait

© Felice House© Warner Bros.

Karan and Nanc in Open Range

© Felice House© Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Rebekah Wayne in True Grit

© Felice House© Paramount Pictures

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