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Edward Snyder "Browns Farm" circa 1740


"Nashawannuck Pond""Jackies Place""A Cavacade of Springfield Technology""The Turn at Facing Rock""Together Forever""Browns Farm" circa 1740
"Browns Farm" circa 1740
Size
40" x 18"
Subject
Historical
Media
Painting / Acrylic
Style
Representational
Status
Sold at $1700.00

"Browns Farm" circa 1740

This was a commission from the Palmer Mass. Conservation Commission. Browns Farm, shown here as an artist depiction in the original state from circa 1740's, is now the Pattaquattic Hill Conservation Area. The stone walls and foundations are still out there. Brown started with an Ox and only two pigs, shown separated here as the sow is "expecting." It is said that over three hundred of these types of New England pigs free ranged out from Brown's Farm all over Palmer. Note: The Palmer Conservation Commission ordered 50 giclee' style prints along with this commission as a fund raiser.