The Last Arrow (1885) by Karl Termuhlen


A nineteenth-century Danish painting of a "Indian" hunter. The careful and authentic treatment of the face suggests the artist was working from a live, Native-American model. The pose is captured with remarkable Naturalism, showing the man hesitating the moment after his arrow is released — the fingers relaxed and the hunter anxiously looking to see if the arrow with hit its target.

Frame Dimensions: 48-1/4 x 38

40 x 30 in.