Raggedy Ol’ Farmhouse

A dilapidated farmhouse exudes rustic charm in this painting depicting a bygone vintage era.

farmhouse painting
Raggedy Ol’ Farmhouse © Copyright 2021 – Present

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Details & Description

Title: Raggedy Ol' Farmhouse
Size: 12″ w x 9″ h
Canvas Type: Canvas Panel Board
Signed: On the front 
COA: Signed Certificate of Authenticity
Series: Part of the Doors & Windows Series

A one-of-a-kind landscape painting featuring the side view of a rundown farmhouse captures the charm of years gone by. Its stucco has cracks running through it. And there is a worn-out screen door and window. The yard and bush are overgrown adding to the feel of the neglected appearance of this Raggedy ol’ Farmhouse.

Teresa Bernard, a realism artist, has meticulously painted this 9 x 12-inch canvas board artwork by hand and has signed it in the bottom left corner.  It is preferable to frame this piece of art before putting it on the wall.

The physical canvas artwork does not have the copyright watermark ©️ teresabernardart.com.

Artist Comments

This painting captures the simplicity and warmth of country life in a bygone era. The farmhouse is old, neglected, and worn, but the overgrown lawn with a few white wildflowers shows that there is still life here.

Everyone has their own idea of what is beautiful. For some, it’s something that’s clean and polished. For others, it’s something that’s rough and raw. This artwork is for those who love the beauty of something that’s worn and well-loved. This farmhouse painting will give your home a rustic feel.

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“Nice! It looks like my place here did when I bought it last year.” — @lynnwilsonart, Gab

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