Empty Sleigh

Painting Description

After unloading the sleigh of manure, he heads back to the barn to reload and repeat that routine many times. Obviously it is necessary to spread manure in the fields in the winter when the ground is frozen. When the spring comes, the melting snow will mix with the manure to make a tea that will enrich the land. On another day I witnessed a team such as this in the same location. When the young man had unloaded the sleigh he strapped on skis and whistled to the team which headed for the barn giving him some fun on the way home.

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*This original was part of a large group of paintings donated by the artist to Grand River Hospital in 2012. To see paintings donated: GRHDONATION.

Additional information

IMAGE ID

P0298

SEASON

Winter

LOCATION

Mennonites

ORIGINAL SIZE

18" x 24"

BASE VALUE

Masonite

MEDIUM VALUE

Acrylic

YEAR

1975

Licensing Available

This image is available for Licensing. Contact Cynthia Info@cynthiaweber.com for inquiries.