Thomas Jefferson's White Oak Tree On The Way To James Madison's For Afternoon Tea
Painting - Oil On Maple Board
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.
November 28th, 2015
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