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Gordonton, North Carolina July 1939 by Kevin Rogers – I am a historical artist and the original photo I had permission to create this artwork from was originally taken by Dorothea Lange whilst working for the US Department of Agriculture.  I was inspired to create this artwork as the photo was an incredible snapshot of the era.  I conducted in-depth research into this photograph to ensure the details of all the signage was accurate.

Sunday afternoon in July 1939 a country store on a dirt road in Gordonton, North Carolina. Note the kerosene pump on the right and the gasoline pump on the left. Rough, unfinished timber posts have been used as supports for the porch roof whilst local river rocks support the porch. African-American men are sitting on the porch while the brother of the store owner stands in the doorway.  In all, it is a harmonious snapshot of life in Carolina in the late 1930s.

Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Permissions to create artwork were sought and given.

I created this artwork using high-end lightfast pencils on polymer drafting film.

Gordonton, North Carolina July 1939

Kevin Rogers

AUD$4,500
Size: 77w x 60h x 2d cms
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Gordonton, North Carolina July 1939 by Kevin Rogers – I am a historical artist and the original photo I had permission to create this artwork from was originally taken by Dorothea Lange whilst working for the US Department of Agriculture.  I was inspired to create this artwork as the photo was an incredible snapshot of the era.  I conducted in-depth research into this photograph to ensure the details of all the signage was accurate.

Sunday afternoon in July 1939 a country store on a dirt road in Gordonton, North Carolina. Note the kerosene pump on the right and the gasoline pump on the left. Rough, unfinished timber posts have been used as supports for the porch roof whilst local river rocks support the porch. African-American men are sitting on the porch while the brother of the store owner stands in the doorway.  In all, it is a harmonious snapshot of life in Carolina in the late 1930s.

Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Permissions to create artwork were sought and given.

I created this artwork using high-end lightfast pencils on polymer drafting film.

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