Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
The first time I laid eyes on this incredible English landscape painting, was in my hometown museum, I was smitten.
What a beautiful photo. I too have fond memories of my grandfather and his gardens.
Jo, I love that painting. I know the ending of a garden can be much work. I just did flowerbeds and that was also. Blessings, stay safe. xoxo, Susie
Oh my, what a beautiful painting. It almost makes one feel a sense of being there with Grandpa. It makes me feel like evening time, just waiting for the embers to die out so that we can go inside and retire the day. You have a wonderful day, hugs, Edna B.
Love the painting and the sentiment so much! :-)
A delightful painting. The tree catches my eye first.
The painting is beautiful.
It is a wonderful scene. I like seeing it and all the characteristics of the land.
I can smell, and feel, and taste that painting. It's awesome!
Also... I have never heard of Edward Wilkins Waite before, but I just Googled him and... ALL his paintings are amazing!!! I've just found a favorite artist - thank you so much for the enlightenment!
Oh that picture reminds me so much of my Grandfather. Beautiful.
Autumn garden chores... what a lovely scene!
That is a beautiful painting :)All the best Jan
Beautiful , I feel as if I am there.
That's a nice picture. I bet the gardener in it can already see in his minds eye all the things he's going to do to it over the coming year.
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