Forest has eyes & Eagle Heart
Both are framed with lables (artist name). Are theses just print copies?
Recently bought a 12x24 inch. Woodland Encounter by Bev Doolittle. Is it authentic???
I have a Bev Doolittle Woodland Encounter that measures 12 x 24. I can't find one in that size anywhere on the internet. Any ideas in value?
Can anyone tell me how to find out how to authenticate a sign and numbered Two Indian Horses print? Thanks
I have a Bev Doolittle print 9 1/4 x 9 1/4 framed with a small brass plaque under the print stating the artist and the word Pintos on it. This is the painting that has either 5 or 7 horses in it. Anybody know the value?
I have doolittle print of Two wolves of the Crow #44/2650 was wondering what the value is?
I have this print Real Bear and can't find what it is worth on any website. I have only seen a picture on one. Does anyone know the value? Thank you
I have 2 prints of the Pinto's. One I 9 1/4" x 9 1/4" framed nicely and has a paper on the back stating a 'book' print. The other is much larger. It is in a 16 x 20 frame. They seem to have covered up the lower part of the print...should I remove the backing to see if it says anything? I know the original is much larger but I have never seen this in between size! thanks for any help!! Linda
We have 4 Bev Doolittle prints professionally framed that we Inherieted last year. We are in need of selling these paintings and have no idea where to begin. Please offer any advise for us that you may have.
Yes I have removed the cardboard backing and dust cover. I see no number just an orange very flat sheen like paper that is the backside of the artwork
I have a framed and matted Pintos. On close examination you can see a faint dot matrix- am I assuming correctly this is a print. I've read pintos was rare print. I want to make sure what I have from my mom is a real print. The picture has a gold plate titled pintos and engraved bev doolittles. The picture itself has a yellow bev signature with copyright figure next to it. When examining the back of the piece I find no number. The only number at all is on the actual cardboard (uttermost back cardboard tgat would be against the wall)- it reads pr019
Bugged Bear by Bev Doolittle
I purchased a framed and matted Bugged Bear, it has a real arrowhead inside of the frame. It also has a gold colored tag underneath the arrowhead that says BUGGED BEAR. It is matted in a mauve kind of color. Does anyone know how to tell me if this is a real Bev Doolittle? The picture is signed, I am trying to see if it was a copy someone may have had framed. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Bev Doolittle Two Indian Horses
I neglected to mention in my previous post, but this is basically the section that shows the two indians and the two horses
Bev Doolittle Two Indian Horses
I have a question regarding framed Doolittle print, this is Two Indian Horses, and its framed very nicely with a brass plaque stating what it is and who the artist is, I bought it at an estate sale, and loved it, and later did some research. From what I can see online, generally this is a very long peice, but what I have is probably 11 inches Tall by about the same wide, it does not appear to be folded, I am very curious as to what this is and what it may be worth.
Doolittle Original value
I have a Bev Doolittle original-"Frog & Racoon", and am wondering how to determine the value? It was painted in the late 1970's, and was purchased in 1980 in Boulder, Co.
I have an original Doolittle 10X14 watercolor painted in 1978 and purchased from GWS Galleries in Carmel CA in 1988. This was titled "Riderless Retreat" and depicts a fallen indian's horse running away scared after its rider had fallen off. I do have the original valuation of GWS in 1988. What is my best way to determine its value?
Eagles Flight - Horse of A different color
I have inherited a Bev Doolittle "Eagles Flight" limited edition print.
It's a large and beautiful signed lithograph with a low number 21/1500. Only problem: the color of the horse and Indian on my print are a lovely and rich teal blue.
I'm assuming now that it is a fake inspite of the fact that there is a certificate of authenticity on the back of the frame and what appears to be Bev's authentic signature in front of the number.
Any possibility that this is authentic?
Thanks for your help.
Woodland Encounter, is it Real?
I have the Woodland Encounter print. It is not numbered nor signed. How can I tell if it is a real print or a copy?
I purchased a framed Doolittle w/two pictures. Both have the rider on the brown appelussa 1st rider has a wolf headgear wthe the bear on the side feathers and not sure of the animals on the red blanket. 2nd rider has the wolf headpiece, rider has full face with a bear on the side and a cat on the blanket. I have not taken it out of the frame to look for a #, but there is no number on the front anywhere. Anyone know what the name might be?
Need to find out how to authenticate
We have had one of her original watercolors from the early '70's in the family and I need to find out how to have it authenticated. Can anyone tell me if they've had any luck? One person told me Bev herself is the only one who can do this....???
Lost certificate of authenticity.
We have moved 4 times in the past 10 ywars and have somewhere lost the letter giving the print number and authenticity of our Bev Doolittle's print. Does anyone know how or where we can get it reviewed?? Thank you for your time.
nature in the disguise
Her pieces are entertaining because they are visual puzzles. She has used an old technique and given it a modern "topic du jour" style. Unfortunately the fun in her work became old before its time due to over exposure on the internet and in jigsaw puzzles. They are now only worth what the demand for her is these days. And it is not high.
Bev Doolittle original watercolor appraisal
I am looking for a professional appraiser (in the Phoenix AZ area or in Southern California) who has expertise in evaluating an early original Bev Doolittle watercolor that I purchased at a one-person show of her paintings and drawings around 1972 at the Mission Art Center in San Gabriel, CA.
Identify a Bev Doolittle Print
I've got a print that has a Bev Doolittle copyright logo in the corner but I cannot identify it. The background is tree trunks, alot of redwood brush, a pair of elk horns and a small weasel type animal climbing on them. Any ideas? Thank you.
Yesterday a Bev Doolittle painting I own was stolen. Does anyone know of a way I can keep a lookout for its being sold on the internet (or otherwise)? Thank you.
Nature in the disguise
Bev Doolittle has the artistic vision to create works which hold you captivated well into the evening. She is able to hide subjects and give the viewer the job of finding them while enjoying the process.