"Unknown Presence" with an Arrowhead by Bev Doolittle Print
Circa 1986, Bev Doolittle print, titled "Unknown Presence", is professional framed with an Indian arrowhead. The back of the frame reveals a message from the artist:
"If you've ever camped out in the wilderness, you can relate to this painting. Picture yourself sitting around a campfire. Somewhere out there in the darkness you hear something. Is it the wind, a bear, or is it just your imagination?
This Mountain Man has heard something and it worries him enough that he's reaching for his rifle. You gotta figure a guy this experienced isn't just imagining things. There really is something out there! If you don't believe him, or me, just look at his horse. He hears it, too!
No, I'm not going to tell you what the "Presence" is. I'm not really sure."
Bev Doolittle is an American artist that paints about the American West. This beautifully matted and framed piece measures 15"x20". Ready to hang in your home or office.
This print was purchased by the client's husband in a Midland, TX art gallery. I believe it is a limited production print of the painting. The client's love of history and weapons of this period inspired him to buy it. It hung in his office for about 30 years.