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Christmas Day Give Or Take A Week By Bev Doolittle

By Bev Doolittle

Christmas Day Give or Take a Week by Bev Doolittle.

This print was published in October of 1983. With typical resourcefulness the mountain man has found shelter, peace and warmth.

After the giant Sequoias were established as a National Park in 1890, Congress also designated the "General Grant" tree as the nation's Christmas tree. How appropriate with the cinnamon-red bark and the "Christmas" green foliage against a backdrop of "snow-white" snow.

As the "General Grant" tree doesn't have a very good cave, this one was created from imagination. This mountain man needs to find shelter, peace and warmth on Christmas day. He has unloaded his horse, gathered wood, made a fire and has rigged up a makeshift cooking stick for his meal of local game bird. He has even taken the time to cut down a small tree and decorate it with his meager possessions - a locket, a pocket watch, an Indian necklace and a mirror. As his calendar may not be accurate, this is "Christmas Day, Give or Take a Week." The great sequoia tree will take no harm from the small, cheerful blaze. If it gets really cold, he'll likely bring his horse right into the shelter of the tree-cave for the added comfort and warmth to both of them.

Christmas Day Give or Take a Week by Bev Doolittle is available for sale as a signed and numbered limited edition of only 4,581 paper art prints with a 15-1/2 x 15-1/2 square image size and is priced at $___ unframed.

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