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I enjoy your website . A fine German website on sheepwagons – Schaeferwagen.de
Hi George – I was pleasantly surprised to see your entry on Wm. Sidney Mount . His painting Eel Spearing in Setauket is probably a fairly close image of the boat Henry Thoreau and brother built for the 2 weeks on Concord and Merrimack Rivers . Mount’s sympathetic portraits of Afro-Americans are in sharp contrast to contemporary lampoon images of others . Mount’s paintings can be seen at the Stony Brook Museum on Long Island which also has a great collection of antique horse drawn wagons including a Conestoga and gypsy caravan . I’ve given classes here in Stuart Florida to inner city elementary school students in making cigar box guitars and diddly bows , they were a big hit . Thanks for your articles ! Chris Englund
Thanks. I appreciate the great comment. Keep up the good work with the teaching as well!
Thanks for the time and effort of your blog, posting pics, vardo build stages, and answering questions.
Made a small donation!
Wow, thanks. I really appreciate it.