Elk Hunter – Hermon Adams
From the Song of Hiawatha
“On the outskirts of the forests,
‘Twixt the shadow and the sunshine,
Herds of fallowdeer were feeding,
But they saw not Hiawatha;
To his bow he whispered, “Fail not!”
To his arrow he whispered, “Swerve not!”
Sent it singing on its errand,
To the red heart of the roebuck;
Threw the deer across his shoulder,
And sped forward without pausing.
This limited edition print is guaranteed to be of museum quality. It was printed with fade resistant inks on acid free paper from an original painting by Hermon Adams and is strictly limited to 500 prints with 50 artist proofs.