A vintage 1934 Ford V8 is depicted in this car painting. This large artwork will make an ideal accent for any room.
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Details & Description
Title: Forgotten Roads of Bygone Days Size: 24" w x 18" h Canvas Type: Gallery Wrap Stretched Canvas Frame: Unframed; Ready to Hang Signed: On the front COA: Signed Certificate of Authenticity
This is an original landscape painting of a classic Ford V8 from 1934. The vintage car is similar to the one driven by the notorious Bonnie and Clyde. It is sitting forgotten and lonely in the countryside with treelined hills in the background and a clear blue sky overhead. In addition, the black paint on the car is peeling and weathered. Hand-painted and signed by fine artist Teresa Bernard in the lower left-hand side of the canvas.
This painting adds class to any wall or space in your home or workspace. It is painted by hand on gallery-wrapped stretched canvas allowing the artist to continue the composition to the sides of the painting. Forgotten Roads of Bygone Days won’t need to be framed unless you want it to be. It will look sensational anywhere you choose to put it on display.
The copyright watermark ©️ teresabernardart.com does not appear on the actual canvas painting.
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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“Well done. I thought it looked like their car before I read your description.” — @BaronVonSteuben, 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_bbum.62, MeWe
“Good morning, Teresa. I like that painting and admire your talent. ” — @MyAmericanMorning, Gab
“Absolutely Beautiful! Love this. Very talented! “ — @Melbell47, Gab
“Wonderful painting, it’s beautiful work! I was able to actually visit this car in Gene, NV in the late 1970s, was very interesting.” — @Ryder38Special, Gab
“My favorite paintings are the ones that look the most like photographs, but really are brilliant combinations of colors that bring the picture to life like a photograph! ” — @DeannaCasadonti, TRUTH Social
“#Americana at its best… Love the mood as I remember…” — @AdirahsEyes, TRUTH Social
“Wow new to your page what a gift of talent from God you have, all your paintings look so real Beautiful!” — @65HippieGirl, Gab
“I love painting old trucks too. This is awesome ” — @newmexicomtngirl, TRUTH Social
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