|Title||Ox-Yoke And Flail|
|Medium||oil on canvas|
Painting of a blue ox yoke and a flail hanging on a rough piece of board.
This still life portrays the beauty of the materials that make up the tools of a hard Western life.
Eric Sloane was born in New York and studied at the Art Students League. He started as a sign painter, but is known today as a painter of America's barns and covered bridges.
|Dimensions||H-29.5 W-41 D-1.75 inches|
|Dimension Details||21.62 (h) x 32.75 (w) unframed|