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Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Paper limited to 2500 s/n. 35"w x 6"h. $345
It seems that with every artist there are works that manage to make it into private collections before they are properly documented. Some of these can, in hindsight, be rather important ones. They are known to exist, but their whereabouts are a mystery. As is often the case, in time, they somehow, some way, someday reappear.
Bev paintedThe Arrivalin 1977 and sold it through the Carson Gallery in Denver, Colorado, her originals distributor at that time. The work’s trail ended there. Long thought lost, the painting was recently rediscovered! In the thirty-year period since its rendering, Bev has produced fifty Fine Art Editions, as well as seven books and folios of collected works, all published by The Greenwich Workshop. Until now,The Arrivalremained elusive.
Available in print for the very first time, it is one of the earliest works featuring the rendering style for which Bev has become renowned. Storytelling is a hallmark of nearly all of her compositions andThe Arrivalis no exception. The palette and design are instantly recognizable. Both are in service of the eponymous “Doolittle narrative” which has shaped the artist’s reputation.
Storytelling through design isthehallmark of any Bev Doolittle work andThe Arrivalis no exception. There is no escaping the implication of a “storm on the horizon.” Those dark clouds immediately bring to mind the Native American experience in North America. This is storytelling through design at its finest.
The Arrivalwill be reproduced with an eye towards tradition but with the most up-to-date technology. This Fine Art Gilcée will be created on the highest quality Hahnemuhle German Etching fine art textured paper. Deckled edges allow for either a traditional or floating presentation of the framed image, as shown below.