Prairie Town of Yesterday is a 10" x 16" oil painting by Peter Shostak. This painting immerses us in a nostalgic scene of a bygone era in Alberta, Canada. The artwork is a nighttime view of a small prairie town under a snow-filled sky, where the gentle fall of snowflakes adds a serene, almost magical quality to the atmosphere. A quintessential grain elevator stands tall, a beacon of the town's agricultural roots, while a church spire suggests the close-knit community's spiritual core. The painting, framed to draw the viewer into this quiet moment in history, reflects Shostak's ability to preserve the memory of the Canadian prairie's past through his art.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 10" x 16"
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Display: The artist has framed this painting and it is reflected in the listed price.
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