Susannah's Sheep by Nan Hamilton

Susannah's Sheep

Susannah used to live in a farm on Granby, Ma. She had sheep that were sheared each year and their yarn was made into wool. Her Airedale Hobbes, Hazel's brother, felt it was his duty to round up the sheep. No one else agreed on this, especially the sheep. Here they are peering out of the barn, hoping Hobbes has taken a hike. The original is on 9" x 12" bristol board with the image size 6 1/2" X 7". The prints are on 11" x 14" paper with the actual image size of 7 1/2" x 10 1/2", produced in an edition of 175. The cost of each print is $75.



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