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old Hay waggon, sunset,stooks, pitchfork, horse and cart, acrylic painting. original artwork. bygone era.

Last Load

The last load always seems to takes the longest.

Original artwork painted in acrylics

on board. 20" X 16" (38cm X 51cm)


incl Post (UK only

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The frames shown here are for display only and are not included BUT..... If you would like to buy the picture in one of the frames shown, e-mail me for a price indicating which frame you would like


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I do my best to make sure the colours shown on the artworks is identical to the original, however due to photograhic conditions small variations in colour can and will occur. The images on the website are as accurate as possible. However, different monitors may cause colours to vary slightly.

All artworks come with a Certificate of authenticity'

All sizes given are appropriate

**"Step back in time with 'Last Load,' a mesmerizing original acrylic painting that captures the essence of a bygone era. As you gaze upon this enchanting scene, you are transported to a simpler time, a time when hard work, dedication, and a connection to nature were the cornerstones of life.

In this poignant scene, a farmer and his wife stand side by side, silhouetted against the warm, golden hues of a breathtaking sunset. Their weathered faces tell a story of years spent toiling under the sun, their hands calloused from a life of labour. The horse, a symbol of an environmentally friendly past, patiently pulls the last load of the day.

You can almost feel the weight of the harvest in the wagon, and the anticipation of a well-earned rest radiates from the couple. The sunset's soft glow bathes everything in a warm, comforting light, underscoring the profound beauty in the simplicity of this moment.

'Last Load' is not just a painting; it's a window into a world where time moved slower, where the rhythm of life was in harmony with nature, and where hard work was a labor of love. It serves as a reminder of the importance of preserving our environment and cherishing the memories of those who paved the way for our present.

This painting is a tribute to the enduring spirit of those who came before us, and it will add a touch of nostalgia and grace to any space it graces. Bring 'Last Load' into your home, and let it serve as a daily reminder of the timeless values of hard work, love, and the beauty of a life lived in harmony with nature."**

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