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Charles Conder--The Farm, Richmond, New South Wales, 1888

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Elsiesw

The beginning of "free range" ?

Bommom

We could all go wading in the pond and feel the mud squish up between our toes. Thanks for wading, Didi, Bill, Jan, and Claire.

This does look like a farm you would want to meander about but watch where you are walking, you might want to wear some boots...looks a little wet in places.

yes indeed, it seems to be just an impression on first glace, but there is an amazing amount of detail. I especially like the horses lazing in the sun by the fence. and the watch geese checking out the artist. Thank you :)

Bill_I_Am

I had a similar feeling didi, that it looked like a real farm--a bit messy, perhaps, and not necessarily neatly planned out. Thanks, Gayle.

didireaux

This is lovely because it gives a real sense of being there--not just a "designed" landscape. I can imagine walking through the grass, the geese, to the fence and barn, with the trees budding out. Nice Gayle--I'll check Mr. Conder out!

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