Hillsborough Sidewalk Scenes II (SOLD!) from Thomas Stevens

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Seven paintings of in-town Hillsborough sidewalk scenes -the walkways along Tryon, Wake, Churton, and King Streets include some of the most scenic and pleasant places in Hillsborough's Historic District, ... more

Far Above Our Poor Power to Add or Detract, Folded Into a Single Party, The Old Lie: Dulce et Decorum est Pro Patria Mori 36.075478N 79.101089W

  • Oil On Canvas
  • 36 x 36 x 1.5 in
  • Thomas Stevens
  • Sold

November 11, 1918 ~ 2018
A cascade of poppies tumbles over the wall in front of the historic Masonic Lodge, one of several Hillsborough locations where poppies were planted by the Hillsborough Garden Club in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of World War I. The image of the poppy blooms, standing and fallen, honor all who have served in the armed forces. The painting title, drawn from the words of Abraham Lincoln, T.S Eliot, and Wilfred Owen, references the character and limitations of remembrance, seeing humanity over nationalism, and rejecting the glorification of war.

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