Friday, January 4, 2013

Common Street at Springtime

Common Street in Pelham,NH during Springtime
Common Street in Pelham,NH during Springtime

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.

Price: $300.00

Artist: David S. Straughan

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