30.000 x 24.000 inches
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Watermill At Daybreak
Mary Ellen Anderson
Painting - Oil On Canvas
The first rays of morning light reveal the now obsolete watermill; A charming combination of human innovation and nature's beauty. Nestled along the clay-rich bank of the gently moving stream the sunlight streams warm ochre over the scene.
Waterwheels like this one were used in the production of flour and even electricity throughout the world during the industrial revolution and as late as the 1960s. Today only a few demonstration examples remain in operation for historic appreciation.
Mary Ellen Anderson is a contemporary American oil painter residing in Lawrence, Kansas USA. She is known for her oil paintings that blend a unique style that is reminiscent of Renaissance masters. Common themes are mid-west and western landscapes, portraits, and nature.
March 21st, 2013
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