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Farm Painting - Heading For The Loft by Richard De Wolfe

Heading For The Loft is a painting by Richard De Wolfe which was uploaded on January 24th, 2008.

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Thank you Odon!

Congratulations on your sale.

So well done. Congrats on a well deserved sale.

Richard De Wolfe replied:

Thank you so much Myrna!

This is great story-telling from your studio Richard. Congratulations

Richard De Wolfe replied:

Thank yoou Glenn. I love to carry a strong narrative in my art. I want to engage the viewer as much as possible.

Thanks Kristen. The idea of making a book to tell your grandchildren about the lives of their great grandparents is a wonderful idea. I would be happy to allow you to use the image of 'Heading for the Loft' to illustrate the story, provided it is for non-commercial use. Send me an email at and tell me how large the image will be and I can send you a file to use.

I am doing a book for my Grandchildren about my parents. There is a story of my mom as a young girl on the hey wagon. When her dad threw some hay up there was a snake and she gave her dad a good laugh because she got down so quickly. Could I use your picture in my book? I am just publishing it through one of those photo book companies. Pictures make stories come to life. You are very talented! I look forward to hearing from you!

Thank you Heather!

Very nice! Congratulations on your sale!

I appreciate all of your comments Trudi!

Oh how beautiful ,love your work !

Thank you Motley and Constance!

This is lovely way of taking me back and detailed work.

the horse ,standing there watching the hay cart ....its really interesting.

Hi Richard. My parents put up hay with their horses for several years before they could afford a John Deere tractor. This was in the 1940s and the world was still under severe rationing because of WWII. Dad's horses were named Dynamite and Sparkplug :-D. This is beautiful.

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