Thomas Jefferson's White Oak Tree On The Way To James Madison's For Afternoon Tea

An ancient white oak tree, hundreds of years old, on the way from Thomas Jefferson's Monticello to James Madison's Montpelier. It is a rare oak with a huge tulip-shaped trunk. I was lucky enough to paint it before it was fenced off. 

In oil, 12" W X 24" H on gessoed maple board.

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