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Date Listed 24-Sep-16
Address Sebringville, ON N0K1X0
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Lakefield artist Nora Roberts is a painter, mainly in oils and notably covers the seasons of Ontario.

Roughly between Peterborough and Bobcaygeon near Selwyn, Ontario, in the East Kawartha district of the Province are dozens of substantially wild lakes where Nora has tramped and carried home the spoils of those journeys.

Her paintings are personal in that there is a personal connection to the scenery she visits and the scenery she paints. This untitled oil starts off with a rough made bridge over a path that bends into the woods and disappears from view. There would be no need for a bridge for such a small strip of land between the lake and mainland other than the tracks we see leading over the bridge are probably heading for someone's home, or some special campsite.

And the bonus for us is the magnificent middle view of her oil painting. That stoney shore supporting some wild timber near the middle of the painting, jutting out into the lake, is so nicely done, I can't keep my eyes away from it and then leading us away towards a frozen horizon. It's delicate. It's beautiful.

Frame and painting are in very good condition, ready to hang.

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Frame: 20" x 24"
Image: 15 1/2" x 21 1/2"
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