Quick Reference

Time Period:
Prior to 1948

Location:
Silo at Barnard farm
Patten District, Shelburne Falls, MA

Medium:
Chalk Drawing

Type:
Landscape

Gallery:
Farms, Lanscapes & Views

Size:
22 x 29

Exhibited:
NA

Purchased:
Unknown

Provenance:
NA

Noteworthy:

There are 3 known versions of this artwork and on top of that it shares same title as a completely different piece.

Related Links

Featured Artwork: High In New England #2

RSW's Diary Comments

None.



Additional Notes

Close up of the title.

A chalk drawing made in the Patten District of Shelburne of the David Barnard farm at the end of Patten Road looking north toward Colrain and Vermont.


This is the same scene as in the chalk drawing, From High In New England and an unfinished, unnamed oil painting located in Wisconsin.Unnamed #5


Below is a letter that Robert Strong Woodward wrote to the lady that purchased the chalk.

This piece is privately owned.


The silo has now been removed and the “whitewash” paint has faded back to grey barn boards.

A photograph of the silo and view from the farm in the painting.