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JACK CLOUSE DELONEY PEANUT HARVEST

JACK CLOUSE DELONEY PEANUT HARVEST

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Jack Clouse Deloney (b. 1940) Limted Edition Lithograph. Signed and numbered 411/500 by the artist. Framed and triple matted. In frame measures 25 1/2"x17 3/4"x1 1/4". Weight 6 pds. When he was eight, and after he was diagnosed with polio, artist Jack Clouse DeLoney was given his first paint brush by his mother. During his career, historical images of cotton wagons, harvests, and Southern life were all frequent subjects in Jack Clouse DeLoney's paintings. Using oil paint and watercolor, he painted scenes he remembered from his childhood and, occasionally, from viewing old photographs. PROVENANCE: Edwin Moore Brogdon, PhD, collection. Dr. Brogdon was the owner of Brogdon Manor, a stately plantation home, located in the Brogdon Community, near Sumter, SC. The home was built in 1898 by his grandfather William Turner Brogdon. The Brogdon community was comprised of a local country store, cotton gin, sawmill and dairy. William Turner Brogdon was one of the largest planters in Sumter and Clarendon counties at the end of the19th century. ***Pickup only or Shipping on this item offered through Outward Bound 413-854-3676, Laney’s Ship & Haul 256-770-5750, Pak Mail 843-849-0310 - info@charlestonshipping.com. The UPS store 843-202-0141 - store6478@theupsstore.com or locally AJ Williams & Sons 843-442-0462. Contact us for a list of more shippers or contact your own choice of shipper directly.

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