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Doc Holliday Digital Art - Old West Gunslinger Doc Holliday by Daniel Hagerman

Old West Gunslinger Doc Holliday is a piece of digital artwork by Daniel Hagerman which was uploaded on January 19th, 2019.

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Larry Brown Jr

This 3/4 front-to-side facing portrait of Doc Holliday is the only Realistic Portrait of him on this page, & is the most true to life. The 3 portraits in the center (flanked by Earp portraits to either side), are not Doc Holliday.. & were posted to Pinterest & other websites by a Portrait Counterfeiter. But getting back to that mostly "true to life" portrait, I believe that you should "Loose the Necktie!" or trade it for a period Snap-Tie or Cross-Over tie. Wearing that tie, with his tuberculosis, he'd have died long before that "Shootout At The Old Corral" for sure. -Regards, Blue!

Larry Brown Jr

This 3/4 front-to-side facing portrait of Doc Holliday is the only Realistic Portrait of him on this page, & is the most true to life. The 3 portraits in the center (flanked by Earp portraits to either side), are not Doc Holliday.. & were posted to Pinterest & other websites by a Portrait Counterfeiter. but getting back to that mostly "true to life" portrait, I believe that you should "Loose the Necktie!" or trade it for a period Snap-Tie or Cross-Over tie. Wearing that tie, with his tuberculosis, he'd have died long before that "Shootout At The Old Corral" for sure. -Regards, Blue!

Ben Stein

Hi Daniel, He was a popular guy wasn't he. A great image of a great gunfighter! L/F

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thanks! Ben

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