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We report on the X-ray properties of the radio galaxy NGC 4261, combining information from the XMM, Chandra, and SAX satellites. Goals of this study are to investigate the origin of the X-rays from this low-power radio galaxy and the nature of the accretion process onto the central black hole. The X-ray spectrum of the nuclear source extending up to 100--150 keV is well described by a partially covered (covering factor > 0.8) power law with a photon index 1̃.5 absorbed by a column density 5e22doi:10.1051/0004-6361:20031050 fatcat:nxqm64tbtfgxhpetda65rnitnu