Yukon Near Carcross is a delightful 12"x16" oil on board painting by Rod Charlesworth. Charlesworth's masterful use of oil paints brings life and warmth to the painting, creating a captivating and enchanting atmosphere that delights the viewer. The painting portrays the winter experienced by children as they embrace the snowy northern landscape.
Dimensions and Details
Medium: Oil on board
Framing: Framing options are available upon request and are reflected in the listed price.
Carcross, Yukon, is a place rich in indigenous history and natural beauty. Known as Todezaane in the Tagish language and Nàtàse Hîn in the Inland Tlingit language, Carcross holds cultural significance with various names reflecting its unique features and importance to the First Nations people.
The town's name, Carcross, was officially changed from Caribou Crossing in 1904 at the request of Bishop William Bompas, reflecting the spot where a local woodland caribou herd crossed the narrows. Today, it continues to attract visitors with its stunning natural landscapes, rich history, and opportunities for outdoor recreation.
For more information about Carcross Yukon and its fascinating history, you can visit the following link: Yukon.ca.
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