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Fox And Beehives By Robert Bateman

By Robert Bateman

When I returned from my trip around the world in 1958, my whole goal in life was to find some land in the country and settle down. This is a corner of that land. All of the white pines in the painting were planted by me as little seedlings in 1959. A Dutchman in our neighborhood asked if he could place some of his beehives in the shade of the corner of the meadow. We got an annual bucket of excellent honey in the bargain. The ruddy glow of the western sky gave me the idea of a fox for color. That is the magic time of day, when the foxes are "on the prowl." - Robert Bateman

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