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"Like many tribes of Indians, the Blackfeet lived in fear of many dangers... uncertainties, such as starvation, sickness and attacks from animal and human enemies. After the buffalo, the grizzly bear was considered to contain great supernatural powers. The bear was revered for his strength, agility, vitality and invulnerability to other animals, bullets and arrows. He was believed to have a great wisdom and the ability to find herbs to heal his wounds. When an Indian received the powers of the grizzly bear, he would then study the animal in great detail and create his own personal medicine bundle of objects instructed to him by his vision spirit. This medicine bundle was an important symbol of his powers. In time, the Indian became like the grizzly and thus became feared and respected by his enemies. 'Two Bears of the Blackfeet' is one such Indian." - Bev Doolittle
Two Bears of the Blackfeet
by Bev Doolittle

Bev Doolittle - Two Bears of the Blackfeet
This Piece has been Signed by Bev Doolittle

  • Signed by the Artist
  • Paper Lithograph
  • Limited Edition
  • 2650 S/N
  • 20 3/8 x 18 5/8
  • Price: $995.00

"Like many tribes of Indians, the Blackfeet lived in fear of many dangers... uncertainties, such as starvation, sickness and attacks from animal and human enemies. After the buffalo, the grizzly bear was considered to contain great supernatural powers. The bear was revered for his strength, agility, vitality and invulnerability to other animals, bullets and arrows. He was believed to have a great wisdom and the ability to find herbs to heal his wounds. When an Indian received the powers of the grizzly bear, he would then study the animal in great detail and create his own personal medicine bundle of objects instructed to him by his vision spirit. This medicine bundle was an important symbol of his powers. In time, the Indian became like the grizzly and thus became feared and respected by his enemies. 'Two Bears of the Blackfeet' is one such Indian." - Bev Doolittle

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