The Love Call  1909
Fredric Remington
Oil on canvas

The Love Call is a painting of a lone Indian man playing a flute beside a tree in the moonlight. The painting has been called "an interesting landscape. . .realistically produced," by critics and is part of Remington's Impressionist period. Remington painted The Love Call in the July of 1909 in a single sitting. The painting gained historical relevance when it was used as a backdrop for the meeting of Pope Paul VI and President Lyndon Johnson in October of 1965.