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Season Of The Eagle By Bev Doolittle

By Bev Doolittle

Season of the Eagle by Bev Doolittle

In the life of the Indian, every new day, every encounter with bird or beast and everything he owned or wore had religious significance. The Indians prayed each day to the One-Who-Made-All-Things, the Crow "Ah-badt-dadt-deah." Since all creatures were made by the Great Spirit, the Indian considered the animals and birds with whom he shared his home not only sacred, but brothers. Each creature had unique powers and skills and the Indians believed that God had placed them on the Mother Earth to teach them valuable lessons.

The eagle embodied courage and speed, skills the Indians needed for successful war and hunting and the eagles were revered as messengers of the Great Spirit.

This print was published in November of 1987. In a remote mountain valley where winter lingers into summer the Great Spirit sends messages of fair weather and good hunting on the wings of a mountain on the flight of a lake This is the Season of the Eagle. In this great Bev Doolittle painting the artist painted an eagle camouflaged in the snow as a band of Indians on horseback ride near the mountain lake.

Season of the Eagle by Bev Doolittle is available for sale as a signed and numbered limited edition print with a 27-1/4 x 18 vertical image size priced at $835 unframed.

Order yours today. All artwork is professionally boxed and insured and guaranteed to arrive in mint condition. Camouflage art and Native American Indians painted in artwork by Bev Doolittle.

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Signed And Numbered Limited Edition Print 27-1/4 x 18 Image Size 36548 $835.00

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