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Velocipede Bath Towel featuring the photograph Firehouse Velocipede by RC deWinter

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Firehouse Velocipede Bath Towel

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Decorate your bathroom and dry yourself off with our luxuriously soft bath towels and hand towels.   Our towels are made from brushed microfiber with a 100% cotton back for extra absorption.   The top of the towel has the image printed on it, and the back is white cotton.   Available in three different sizes: hand towel, bath towel, and bath sheet.

Care Instructions

Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.

Ships Within

1 - 2 business days

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Atlanta, GA

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Cool find! I could never ride it but I'll bet our son could! Love the put away look of this with stuff stored on the floor of the shed and who knows what back in the shadows. FA promo

RC deWinter replied:

Many thanks, Nikolyn, much appreciated

Cool! I thought once I might be able to ride one, but couldn't figure out how to climb on... "Like"

RC deWinter replied:

Thanks much, Jon!

Love the lighting, very effective in black and white. L/F

RC deWinter replied:

Many thanks, Marcia

Congratulations! Your work is being Featured in CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS! Awesome work! l/f

RC deWinter replied:

Honored, thank you and happy new year, Jordan.

Gina, one awesome and rare find, adn great capture! It is a pleasure to see so much variety and beauty in the works that are submitted for FEATURING on our WFS site. It is an honor to FEATURE this piece of work on our Homepage of our site. Thanks for sharing and being active in our group membership. Liked Forever, Elvis

RC deWinter replied:

I always appreciate being featured in such a great group! Thank you and happy new year Randy.

What a great find!

RC deWinter replied:

Thanks very much, Elena

Wonderful

RC deWinter replied:

Much appreciated, thank you K

Great find,,, B&W was the best choice for this image.... v. :-)

RC deWinter replied:

Glad you like it, thank you, Gary

Nice

RC deWinter replied:

Thanks so much!

Really beautifully done. v

RC deWinter replied:

Most kind of you, thank you, Anne

Nice capture!!!

RC deWinter replied:

Thanks very much, Aimee

nice find

RC deWinter replied:

Many thanks, Leif

great find!

RC deWinter replied:

Thanks very much, Deena

Wonderful black and white image!

RC deWinter replied:

Appreciate it, thank you Laurie

Great!

RC deWinter replied:

Many thanks, Mim

Very nice! v

RC deWinter replied:

Many thanks, Bahadir

GREAT find!!! I love these old bikes but never knew the name of them! Wonderful capture and description!

RC deWinter replied:

Most kind of you, thank you, Elizabeth

Outstanding Image!

RC deWinter replied:

Many thanks, Lilliana

Great shot f/v

RC deWinter replied:

Many thanks, Kyung Hee

Terrific image!

RC deWinter replied:

Thanks very much, Stuart

Charming shot.

RC deWinter replied:

Thanks very much, Jill

Great image and capture!

RC deWinter replied:

Appreciate it, thank you Zulfiya

Wonderful work!

RC deWinter replied:

Thanks very much, Jamie

Wonderful image!

RC deWinter replied:

Many thanks, Terry

Very nice!

RC deWinter replied:

Much appreciated, thank you Janis

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Artist's Description

Copyright 2009 RC deWinter ~ All Rights Reserved This velocipede, a sleek, mid-19th century ancestor of the bicycle, known as a "boneshaker" for its rough ride, sits alongside an unseen antique fire truck in an open shed. The name velocipede comes from the Latin for "fast foot" and was coined in 1818 by a Frenchman, Nicephore Niepce in 1818, although it took almost 40 years for the term to enter into the generic vocabulary. This particular velocipede was likely used by the fire company as a messenger vehicle to spread fire alarms and fetch help. It must have taken some time to learn how to balance on one of these in order to be a proficient rider. This sepia photograph was shot in Mystic, Connecticut in August 2009. This painting has been FEATURED in too many groups to list. Thanks to the group hosts for their encouragement and support. velocipede, bicycle, antique, boneshaker, vehicle, mystic, connecticut, still life, photograph, sepia, vintage, rc dewinter, dewinter

About RC deWinter

RC deWinter

Hello and welcome to my portfolio on Pixels/Fine Art America. One of my major artistic goals, with appropriate images, is to create digital paintings that you wouldn't know were digital unless I told you. If I could paint in oils I would...alas my eyes don't work with my hand, so I create most of my art from photographs that I re-imagine. Few of my digital paintings resemble the original photographs very much when I am finished with my vision. Of course I also create work that is clearly digital as well. Here's a bit about me: RC...

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