- by Charles M. Russell (1917)
In many of his wildlife paintings Russell used an unfamiliar palette to convey a woodsy atmosphere--dimmer light, deeper shadow, mossy greens. Though nature always held secrets to delight the observant, here the white tailed deer frolic in the open unafraid. The partridge watching the deer leap the fallen log is clearly visible, but the rabbit hunkered down in the undergrowth below is an unexpected bonus, Russell's gift of the sort the woods yield up only to the patient. Russell spent his summers delighting in the wildlife that abounded in the woods around Lake McDonald, where he had built a cabin, Bull Head Lodge, in 1905. The area became part of Glacier National Park in 1910.
- Framed Print on Canvas custom order, ships directly from the manufacturer in 3-4 weeks.
- Framed dimensions are 18 1/4" x 23 3/8" in frame# 572-40 (click to view).
- Also includes Brass Plate with name of artist and painting (affixed to frame).