Country Girl

colonial, Colonies, farms, history, Outdoors, Paintings, revolution, smokehouse, tobacco house18th century, Virginia

This is a painting I did in acrylic and oil on a 14 x 10 x .50 stretch canvas board.

In this quaint country town of Smithfield, Virginia, the painting depicts a colonial girl pulling the wooden rugged cart to gather pumpkins.  Taken back to the kitchen, the pumpkins will be made into deserts and soup to help feed the militia.  The setting takes place at the Windsor Castle barnes during the 1700’s.

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