Badger’s Quay, Newfoundland

Painting Description

I was drawn to this view because of the colourful buildings in this very small village. Abattoir red on the middle building suggested a less than shy inhabitant. There must be a need for people who live in foggy coastal areas to enliven their landscape with brightly-hued structures. Think of the Alaskan villages and the coastal parts of Scandinavia and Russia. Mind you, I can recall many colourful buildings in the Caribbean as well, so there goes that theory.

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Additional information

IMAGE ID

2082

SEASON

Summer

LOCATION

Canadian

ORIGINAL SIZE

9" x 13"

BASE VALUE

Matboard

MEDIUM VALUE

Mixed Media

YEAR

1998

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