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Sep 05, 2016
My image of the week is the Kuerner Farm, a location providing inspiration for many of Andrew Wyeth's paintings. This image was processed with software which takes out details, providing a more painterly look.
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John Chad was the ferryman/farmer after which the ford in the river and the village of Chadds Ford were named. The ground floor contains a working stone oven, which is still used during the summer months to bake bread.
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Epson Exhibition Canvas and Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Satin fine art paper as well as Epson Inks are fully archival. Glue used to attach canvas to gatorboard provides an archival polymer layer between gatorboard and back of the Epson canvas..
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