|Bleak House Plantation Barn 3|
This gorgeous, symmetrical barn is just down Buck Mountain Road in Earlysville, Virginia, in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It was irresistible, it had to be painted; and what I like about this oil is how free the brushstrokes became. The structure became a dreamlike symbol of it's history, and it's history is deep.
The Bleak House Plantation was built in the 1700's and covered hundreds of acres planted in corn, tobacco, wheat and other crops.
This original oil on archival linen board is 7" X 5", and is unframed.
This painting would look like this if framed:
|Bleak House Plantation Barn 3, Sample Frame|