Old Dam at Hawkesville

Painting Description

Hawkesville, a small village eight miles from Waterloo, was in the late 1880’’s a very important place. Four mills stood against the Conestogo River, but now the only trace of these once thriving employers is pieces of a dam that once directed water to the overshot wheels. Surprising to me, even a few passing Mennonites, who stopped their carriages to watch me paint, thought that this was a beauty spot and worth the painter’s effort. In the background we see Joe Bowman’’s farm buildings.

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Additional information

MEDIUM VALUE

Acrylic

LOCATION

Waterloo Region

SEASON

Summer

YEAR

1993

ORIGINAL SIZE

16" x 20"

BASE VALUE

Canvas

IMAGE ID

P0787

Licensing Available

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