Forgotten Roads of Bygone Days

bonnie and clyde car vintage Ford V8 painting
© Copyright 2012 – Present

Size: 24″ w x 18″ h
Support: Gallery wrap stretched canvas
Description: This is a landscape painting of a classic Ford V8  car from 1934, similar to the one driven by Bonnie and Clyde. You can read more about this notorious couple in Artist Comments below. This wall art will not need a frame as the painting extends around the edges of the canvas. Hand-painted and signed by fine artist Teresa Bernard.

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bonnie and clyde car painting
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Artist Comments

This painting is of a vintage Ford V8, the same type of car that helped make “Bonnie and Clyde” famous in the early 1930s. Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were notorious fugitives who traveled throughout the central states of North America with their gang during the Great Depression, robbing and murdering wherever they went. The couple’s crime spree ended in their car when they were ambushed by Texas lawmen at a roadblock and then shot to death when 100 armor-piercing bullets riddled the vehicle. Bonnie and Clyde were buried in separate cemeteries in Dallas, TX. Clyde’s gravestone reads, “Gone but not forgotten.”

Today the actual bullet-riddled death car driven by the infamous couple is on display at Whiskey Pete’s Resort and Casino in Primm, Nevada. There is no admission charge to see the exhibit. For more information about the actual car, Bonnie and Clyde met their demise in, visit Roads & Rides. See additional information at Roadside America.

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12″ w x 9″ h
Van Gogh’s Church at Auvers, France oil painting
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“Well done. I thought it looked like their car before I read your description.” — BaronVonSteuben, Classic Cars, Gab

“Beautiful painting Teresa, my parents paid admission when I was little for us to see the real Bonnie & Clyde car. Was hardly a single panel on the car that wasn’t full of bullet holes.” — Earl & Angela BeachBums, AMERICAN MUSCLE & CLASSIC CARS, MeWe

“Good morning, Teresa. I like that painting and admire your talent.” — Don L Turner, The Good Morning Brigade, Gab

“Absolutely Beautiful! Love this. Very talented!” — Mel Lynn C, Classic Cars, Gab

“Wonderful painting, it’s beautiful work! Was able to actually visit this car in Gene, NV in the late 1970s, was very interesting.” — Susan AZ Moore/ Ryder38, The Patriot’s Buycott Group. Non-Woke American Companies Only, Gab

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Van Gogh’s Church in Auvers, France

Van Gogh’s Church painting
© Copyright 2011 – Present

Size: 20″ w x 24″ h
Support: Gallery wrap stretched canvas
Description: A landscape painting of van Gogh’s church. This painting depicts the village church in Auvers, France made famous by Dutch post-impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh. This landscape wall art will not need a frame because the image extends around the edges of the canvas support. Hand-painted and signed by fine artist Teresa Bernard.

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painting of Van Gogh’s Church
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Artist Comments

The Gothic church in this painting was initially painted and made famous by Vincent van Gogh in June 1890. Van Gogh’s church depicted in this painting is in Auvers, France, where he lived before his death. I wanted to do a rendition of my own of this lovely church, and the results of that desire are what you see here. You can find out more about Van Gogh’s rendition of this church on Wikipedia: The Church at Auvers.

Although our styles are vastly different, Van Gogh is still one of my favorite Old Masters. From his sunflowers to that lovely church in the village where he lived, I love much of Van Gogh’s work. He composed many of his paintings using bold, dramatic colors emphasized by impulsive and expressive brushwork. He painted landscapes, still lifes, portraits, and self-portraits.

According to Wikipedia, Van Gogh is one of the “most famous and influential figures in the history of Western art.” In his lifetime, he painted around 860 oil paintings. Van Gogh painted many of his paintings during the last two years of his life. He died at age 37 from a self-inflicted wound. You can read more about Van Gogh here.

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16″ w x 12″ h
Calvary at Sunset wall artwork
Calvary At Sunset (2009)
20″ w x 16″ h

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The Study

the study vintage painting
© Copyright 2004 – Present

Size: 14″ w x 11″ h
Support: Stretched canvas
Description: This painting depicts a vintage style still life of objects which would typically be found in the study. The monochromatic (limited color) palette it is painted in gives this painting a vintage look. Requires framing before hanging on the wall. Hand-painted and signed by fine artist Teresa Bernard.

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vintage style painting of the study
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Artist Comments

This vintage look painting of the study is a still life consisting of ordinary objects found in a home office or study.

The Study is the first painting I’ve done using a limited color palette. What this means is, I deliberately chose to restrict the number of paint colors I used when doing this painting. The sepias I chose to use in this still life give it a vintage look.  This would be great wall décor for an office, study, den, or even a “man cave.”

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18″ w x 18″ h
Great-Grandma's Sewing Thread #1 painting
Great-Grandma’s Sewing Thread #1 (2021) 6″ w x 6″ h

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“Nice Work!! With the glasses I can imagine Ben Franklin in the other room…” — JD, Small Business Owners of Gab, Gab

“Beautiful. This looks like a beautiful way to spend an evening. No computer, no mobile phones, no tv. In the age where the quill pen was used, work (and life) was generally harder, but the leisure time was better as well.” — J Thomson, Cowboys, rodeos, horses & Cowgirls., Gab

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