This watercolor painting is of Landis Mill on West Roseville Road in Lancaster, Pennsylvania It was built in 1813 by John Kauffman. The mill is fed by the Little Conestoga Creek. It has what is known as an under-shot wheel, which means the water flows under and not over the turn wheel. Note the variety of colors, textures, and fortuitous effects captured in the building and surrounding landscape. The older man, a friend of the artist, is shown leaving his woodpile and walking towards the mill as he took a break from chopping wood. Back in the 1980's the artist was commissioned to paint this same building as a commission. However, the man who commissioned him wanted him shown carrying a dead chicken in his hand. So, the artist did so. Click Commissions. Behind the mill is Route 30 near the Park City Center ramp off of Harrisburg Pike. The artist has had several art galleries at the mall and continues to display his artwork there over the Christmas holiday. This print is available as a limited edition and open edition.
ORIGINAL FOR SALE - $6,000.00 - Watercolor On Paper
Size - 11-5/8" x 15-5/8" - Signed and Dated 1976
495 Signed & # Prints (S/N) 49 Artist Proof Prints (A/P)
Print Size 9-7/8" x 13" Print Size 9-7/8" x 13"
#1 Print - $450.00 SOLD #1 A/P - $550.00
#2 Print - $350.00 SOLD #2 A/P - $450.00
#3 Print - $250.00 SOLD #3 A/P - $350.00
#4 S/N - #495 - $60.00 each #4 A/P - #49 - $90.00 each
$175.00 to have the artist remarque your print!
Open Edition Prints
10-1/4" x 14" $40.00 each
Out-of-stock $20.00 each
4-3/8" x 5-7/8" $10.00 each
Matting and framing available upon your request!