Frank Panabaker (1904-1992), is an artist closely associated with Hamilton, during a lengthy career. Much of his subject matter was local scenes in and around Ancaster, Ontario, the Dundas valley and marsh, and of course, Hamilton. His paintings have a pastoral or romantic look to them and the paintings showing windswept trees around Georgian Bay also became a hallmark, as have his winter scenes. He studied art in a variety of locations, beginning in his native Hespeler and at the Ontario College of Art under Arthur Lismer and J.E.H. MacDonald, original members of the Group of Seven.
This beautiful, peaceful scene shows a farmer stopping his team of horses, on a cold winter's night, for a meal after sunset before pulling those logs on an open sleigh, home.
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Image under Glass: 8" x 10"