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"The Columbus Building' was covered with molded copper panels, and oxidized to that lovely "copper green"...  I used an arsenic based copper green which is exactly the color. Since it is 50 times more toxic than typical lead based colors, one must use that color with extreme caution. It is not sold in art supply shops here..."

 

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Grand Canal

Grand Canal - detail

Venetian Canals

   

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Basilica San Marco

Mill at Kinderdijk

Wilhelmina's  Mill

 

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Columbus Building - San Francisco

Pennsylvania Avenue

Pennsylvania Avenue - Detail

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Rock Run Mill

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Venetian Canals - The painting was finished on Jan. 1, 2000. Among my notes made on this painting, "Well, I managed to live until the year 2000 - SOMEHOW!"     Top

     
     
     
Mill at Kinderdijk - This ancient 'post type' mill was around 400 years of age. The top pivots around the central post to face the prevailing wind. It was destroyed by fire in the 1990's.    Top
     
     
     
     
     
Wilhelmina's Mill - Wilhelmina's Mill sets high on land at the West end of Golden Gate Park right next to the Pacific Ocean in San Francisco. I believe it was a gift from Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands.    Top
     
     
     
     
     
The San Francisco, 'Columbus Building' was covered with molded copper panels, and oxidized to that lovely "copper green". It is actually not a very large building, just above Chinatown. I used the arsenic/copper green which is exactly the color. Since it is 50 times more toxic than typical lead based colors, one must use that color with extreme caution. It is not sold in art supply shops here. The "Columbus Building" is one of my favorite little paintings.      Top
     
     
     
     
     
Rock Run Mill - is located in Darlington, Md. in Harford, County and sets on the side of the Susquehanna River. This large old stone grist mill is in an excellent state of preservation.  Another "Rock Run Mill" sets at the north end of Port Deposit, MD.  After 1880, the Port Deposit "Rock Run Mill" was run by Geo. William Fox and 2 sons. He was my great, great grandfather.   Top