"Painted in 1937. Made as one of my church series for Mr. F. P. Garvan who died so suddenly before the many pictures he ordered were bought."
This painting remains in the estate of the artist. It sustained damage in storage requiring restoration at the Williamstown Art Conservation Center, Inc., in Williamstown, Mass. at a cost of $764.50 in October, 1992.".
The church itself is distinguished in the state of Vermont with great historical significance. We have included to this page these additional images of the church. To the right, an image of the church's cemetery. Below, images of the inside of the church- both front and back of the sanctuary.
This painting was one of several commisioned for a New England church series by Francis P. Garvan. He past before completion. To read about Mr. Garvin and the church series, Click Here
Close up images of the finer details in the painting, like the people.