Heading For The Loft

Richard De Wolfe


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Odessa, On - Canada

Thank you Odon!

Budapest, H - Hungary

Congratulations on your sale.

Deer Park, WA - United States

So well done. Congrats on a well deserved sale.

Richard De Wolfe replied:

Thank you so much Myrna!

Hemet, CA - United States

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.

Odessa, On - Canada

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 info@richarddewolfe.com and tell me how large the image will be and I can send you a file to use.

Kaysville, UT - United States

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!

Odessa, On - Canada

Thank you Heather!

Canyon City, OR - United States

Very nice! Congratulations on your sale!

Odessa, On - Canada

I appreciate all of your comments Trudi!

Melbourne, Vi - Australia

Oh how beautiful ,love your work !

Odessa, On - Canada

Thank you Motley and Constance!

Minneapolis, MN - United States

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

Ambarnath, ma - India

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

Lacey, WA - United States

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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