Medium: Watercolor on paper

Dimensions: 9.25in. h x 13in. w


"After Father's death, I felt bound to respect Uncle Harry's ideas much as I would have respected Father's own. During one summer about this time, by haying and harvesting for Uncle Elwin Carter, I learned respect for farming to a degree and also got over any sense of urban-class superiority toward farming people. My very first lesson came from being told I could take the shady side of the load because they wished to break me in easy. With the sun constantly in my eye, I pitched hay all afternoon until about ready to drop." - Out in Brecksville

Catalog #54

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