Timothy W. Jahn
Oil on panel
26 x 32 inches
This painting answers the question, “What would Doc Hollywood’s dresser look like after gambling all night?” With the help of Richie Henion’s company, Another Facet, I was able to assemble period specific jewelry, guns, coins, playing cards, etc. Doc Hollywood went to the Southwest to find a cure for his aliments and the apothecary set was my interpretation of how he would administer his own treatment. The dental tools would have been from his former life of being a dentist. The sheriff’s badge is period and it’s up to the viewer to decide if it is his own badge or if he won it in his final hand of poker that night.
Rehs Contemporary Galleries, Inc., New York City