RAILROAD CROSSING

  • Oil on muslin, mounted on aluminum
  • 30 x 30 in
  • Charlie Hunter

I really love painting railroad crossing gates, I think because they are ubiquitous, usually unnoticed and have wonderfully geometric shapes. There is also almost a code to reading images of them; subtle changes over the years pin the timeless archetype to a specific era. This one is from Northampton, Massachusetts in the late 1950's or early 60's.

  • Subject Matter: Railroad, Landscape
  • Current Location: Hunter Studio
 
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