Says Bev Doolittle; “The eagle embodied courage and speed, skills the Indian needed for successful war and hunting. The eagles were revered as messengers of the Great Spirit. In the highest passages of the Rocky Mountains, spring arrives late in the year. As the snow melts, swollen, rushing streams and rivers tell the Indians that passes to more fertile hunting grounds will be open. The melting snow patterns speak to the Indians also. these are the messages from the Great Spirit”.
This is a sold out limited edition lithograph.
the work is in mint condition and comes in the original portfolio having never been framed.
The work is accompanied by the original certificate of authenticity.