Friday, January 4, 2013
The painting shows the view along Common Street in Pelham, NH as it appeared in May 2010. To the left behind a post and rail fence and a row of maple trees can be seen the town common. There, in this painting, can be seen the bottom of a white gazebo, the bottom part of the Butler monument (Butler was Pelham's first settler), a flag pole and two large evergreen trees. In the road beyond, Main Street, is a passing vehicle. Then toward the center of the painting is The First Congregational Church, and further to the right behind a lilac bush is the old Pelham Library (now The Pelham Historical Society). In the foreground to the right are several lawns and a green sign directing people to Route 38.
Medium: Acrylic paint on stretched canvas.
Size: 18" x 24"
Date painted: 2010
Status: No longer available.
Artist: David S. Straughan
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