“Town Creek Harbor”
For years I’ve spent time poking around Virginia’s Northern Neck, the peninsula between the Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers. We owned a home near the confluence of the Corrottoman and Rappahannock and I’m very familiar with the area. Last summer I was boating in this area and came across this scene on Town Creek. These boats are traditionally built wooden deadrise vessels rigged for oyster dredging ready for the coming fall season.
Oil on linen 8″ x 14″ with an overall framed size of 17 1/2″ x 23 1/2″. Price
The painting’s frame bears a hand-lettered, gold gilt nameplate and is fitted with a House of Troy painting light.
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