Pencil signed color print, 1992, issued by Greenwich Workshop, numbered also in pencil 15856/48000, by the noted contemporary American western artist BEV DOOLITTLE (1947-). The print is titled "Eagle Heart" and shows a Native American Indian chief on a white horse in a carefully arranged late autumn landscape, the snow patches on the rocks, in shadow, shown as an electric blue color, the central subject standing out dramatically. Doolittle is said by some to be a "camouflage" artist, arranging secondary "hidden" images within the image, only visible with some effort on the part of the viewer. She contests this but does certainly inject ecological, environmental and Native American themes into her works. Cowboys, Indians, horses and western landscapes characterize her works. Doolittle studied at the Pasadena Art Center College of Design. Beginning in the 1970's, her association with Greenwich Workshop led to wild commercial success on a national basis and her name shot to prominence. The prints were generally distributed unframed in protective envelopes, complete with artist biography and detailed write-up on the messages of the subject. This print is in excellent condition, nicely framed and matted. There is very light wear on the frame in several spots. The print measures 15 1/2" by 15 1/2" and 24 1/2" by 24 1/2" as framed.
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