Images of New England

Around Back - size 20in x 14in - price $2000          Towards Entropy - size 14in x 10in - price $900       Block and Tackle - size 14in x 20in     Brown Barn - size 15in x 22in (image)   Boston Coach - size 24 x 16in (image) - price $3000 Blue Wheelbarrow - size 21 x 14in - price $2400 "Brokedown Palace" - size 22in x 16in (image) - price $2700  Roadside Memories - size 12in x 18in - price $1750    18th Century Door - size 21in x 14in - sold    Mixed Hardwoods - size 15in x 11in - sold Winter Gate - size 16.5 x 12in - price $1200 Whisper of a Bygone Era - size 23.5 x 16.5in (image) - sold Paper Birch size - 17.5in x 12in - sold Weston Mill in Winter - size 21in x 15in - price $2500  Snow Birches - size 16in x 12in - sold Untitled with Blue Spikes - size 20in x 27in - price $3500  April Fools Day - sold  Turnpike Farm - size 19in x 27in - price $3000  Pumpkin Gothic - size 20in x 28in - price $3800 Autumn Porch with Pumpkin - size 12in x 16.5in - sold Pemaquid Buoys - size 17.5in x 12in - price $1500 'Tis the Season -  size 14in x 10in -  price $800 Proctor Lilacs - size 14in x 10in - sold Sugar Maple - size 14in x 10in - price $850 Hydrangea in Winter - size 12in x 18in - sold Cornucopia - size 11in x 16in - sold

 Last Harvest  - size 11in x 18in - sold Weston Courtyard in Winter - size 18in x 12in - price $1500 Tree of Life - size 17in x 12in - price $1500 Bay Window - size 20in x 14in - price $2100  Recycled Cans - size 29in x 21in - price $8000  Golden Spikes - size 21in x 29in - price $4000        Farm Shadows - size 14in x 20in - price $2500 Kingdom Camp - size 21in x 15in - price $3000  Red Maple - size 10.5in x 14in - price $850 Lilac Shadows  - size 10.5in x 14in - sold   New York Central  -  sold Red Sugarhouse - size 25in x 19in - price $2000 Tin Shed - size 19in x 13in - price $1900


7 Responses to “Images of New England”

  1. roberta says:

    Beautiful paintings. Your work is an inspiration to me

  2. Dan Tennant says:

    Hello Rob- you make it look effortless and of course that’s not true. Your many years of dedication and skill are obvious. My favorite painting is “April Fool’s
    Day”. You have a wonderful sense of design and your barn siding is incredible. It was great meeting you.(We are both in “Splash 15″. Did you know that?) I too studied in Buffalo- Buffalo State (1971-72) and was born a year before you. Keep up the great work and you are a down to earth gentleman.

    • Hi Dan, I’ve been going through my many web comments (and deleting most of them) and I came upon your post. I apologize for the late response. I first noticed your work in Old Forge a few years ago with the still life painting you did with the lobster. I was blown away and I’m glad it got the people’s choice award. It was great to meet you last summer and congratulations on your well deserved award! We have many years of painting ahead of us. Hope to see you again! Happy Holidays! Rob

  3. Martha Post says:

    I just read your article in the February Watercolor Artist magazine and knew the reproductions were not up to the standard of your work so checked your site and I am delighted to see these paintings as they are supposed to be. Love your work, it is inspiring. Thank you for the article on painting snow.

    • Thank you. I wasn’t crazy about the red background on the first page of the article, the proof they sent me had a blue background which I liked much better. Not sure why they changed it. Glad you liked the article!

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