The Ebersole/McKinney House
Oil on canvas
36 x 42 inches
Framed: 38 x 48 inches
Inscription: Signed lower left
Provenance: John Nixon Collection, Centerville, Indiana; Private Collection, Richmond, Indiana.
Exhibited: Richmond, Indiana, Richmond Art Museum, "The Art of George Herbert Baker," June 17–July 29, 2001 (label verso); Richmond, Indiana, Richmond Art Museum, "Collector's Edition: Hoosier Art Heritage," February 1-March 26, 2016 (label verso).
Note: This painting depicts a white brick home built in 1870 by George and Mary Jane King Ebersole. The bricks used in the home were made on the site of the home north of Centerville, Indiana. The home was demolished when Interstate 70 was built. A letter about and period photographs of the home from the original homeowner's grandson accompanies this painting. One of the artist's top five best known and most important pictures. Original frame. INQUIRE MORE
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