The Wildcat Cafe is a charming 10" x 12" oil painting on board by Rod Charlesworth. This painting beautifully captures the unique architectural style of buildings found in Yellowknife. The artist's adept use of oil paints breathes life and warmth into the scene, creating a captivating atmosphere that will delight the viewer. The Wildcat Cafe, located in the city of Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories of Canada, is a vintage log cabin structure that embodies the mining camp style of early Yellowknife. The building, situated in what was then the city's central business district, now houses a summer restaurant. It has been designated a City of Yellowknife Heritage Building since 1992.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 10" x 12"
Medium: Oil on board
Framing: Framing options are available upon request and are reflected in the listed price.
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