• Oil on linen, mounted on panel
  • 12 x 24 in
  • Charlie Hunter

The large barns of late-19th-Century New England farms are enduringly comforting images to me, having grown up playing in a ramshackle set of them in Milford, NH (just a couple of miles from a passel of Hoadleys). This particular one is in pretty stunning shape, out on a spit of land in a salt marsh in Essex, Massachusetts, where I painted for a week in 2019. This is painted from life, and is a fine example of what I try to do by implying detail, rather than spelling everything out.

  • Subject Matter: Landscape
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