The typical David Rathman drawing shows the silhouette of a lone cowboy--and he is always lonesome, even when not strictly alone--against a vast and unvarying horizon. He's only a shadow, really, but you can make out a few telling details--a bandolier, for instance, or a whiskey bottle. The way he slumps in the saddle suggests either infinite weltschmerz or really nasty hemorrhoids. He's killed before and will probably kill again, although he'll never enjoy it. His pose is generally one of... More >>>