Sunset in Woodville,Texas,Barbara Haviland-Barbsgarden

Description of Sunset in Woodville, Texas

My first sunset painting in Woodville from my backyard. The painting is simple but bright and measures 6″x 8″.  Not framed but I have signed the painting. Lots of bright colors. Follow me on my web site

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Caddo Lake 2 Paintings Diptych,Barbara Haviland-Texas Contemporary Artist

Cad-do Lake I and II 2 paintings

by Barbara Haviland in Bayous and Swamp Paintings
     

24″x 9″ oils on canvas, unframed

$325.00

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Description of Cad-do Lake I and II 2 paintings

I have done 2 Cad-do Lake paintings and this is #1

I am offering both at one price. They are 12″ x 9″ and both are signed. NOT framed

Both framed to be side by side  24″ x 9″ + frame you choose

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Barn and Landscape Give-Away, Barbara Haviland

Barn & Landscape by
Barbara Haviland

This is my first give-away for 2020 and it measures 12″x 12″. No frame and one rule for this one.

YOU must tell me Why you would like to have this painting hanging in your home.

I will be giving this painting away on my birthday  February 18 and don’t ask my my age.

New Zealand Waters,Barbara Haviland

New Zealand Waters

by Barbara Haviland in Landscapes

This painting is done in oils on a canvas.

I had some reference photos from New Zealand.I watched a video from the area and then painted.

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The history of New Zealand dates back approximately 700 years to when it was discovered and settled by Polynesians, who developed a distinct Māori culture. Like other Pacific cultures, Māori society was centred on kinship links and connection with the land but, unlike them, it was adapted to a cool, temperate environment rather than a warm, tropical one.

The first European explorer known to sight New Zealand was Dutch navigator Abel Tasman on 13 December 1642.[1] He explored and charted the coastline but never landed. Captain James Cook, who reached New Zealand in October 1769 on the first of his three voyages, was the first European explorer to circumnavigate and map New Zealand.[2]

From the late 18th century, the country was regularly visited by explorers and other sailors, missionaries, traders and adventurers. In 1840 the Treaty of Waitangi was signed between the British Crown and various Māori chiefs, bringing New Zealand into the British Empire and giving Māori the same rights as British subjects. However, disputes over the differing translations of the Treaty and settler desire to acquire land from Māori led to the New Zealand Wars from 1843.Posted on November 15, 2019. Share on FacebookTwitter or Pinterest.