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Blue-Eyed Boy at Reading Terminal Market- - 12x16 Inch Oil On Canvas

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Blue-Eyed Boy at Reading Terminal Market- - 12x16 Inch Oil On Canvas

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See this painting in person at the Philadelphia Sketch Club's 155th Annual Small Oils Exhibit.

HAPPY 125th ANNIVERSARY TO THE READING TERMINAL MARKET! 

The Story of the Blue-eyed Boy

Readiing Terminal Market in Center City Philadelphia, is one of the oldest and largest indoor farmer's food markets in the nation. A nationally know foodie paradise, it is home to a wide variety of fresh produce, seafood, poultry, fresh meats, home-baked pastries, Amish specialities, local Pennsylvania Dutch delicacies, and uniquely Philly hoagie and cheesesteak vendors. The blue-eyed boy in this painting is a young and knowledgable member of his family's Pennsylvania Dutch food stand's team. I loved the way he is engulfed by the colorful rainbow of glass jars, packages of popping corn, soup mixes, and all kinds of dried delicacies. The impactful blue of his shirt is matched only by the intensity of his blue eyes. I was taken not only by the cornucopia of colors represented in the painting, but how the boy and his family's food stand exemplifies the down-to-earth atmosphere of the entire market.

Quality food markets are rare these days. Located, not in the suburbs, but in the middle of our great city of Philadelphia, the Terminal Market provides a variety of fresh food and vegetables that are easily accessible to neighborhoods located throughout the city. From artisanal cheeses, to classic scrapple and pork chops, the Reading Terminal Market has food and products to meet a wide variety of tastes and budgets.

I hope you vicariously experience the earthy sites, colors, and sounds of the market and can imagine the diversity of folks & food under one roof. This public market is a literal and visual feast for all to enjoy.

Celebrate Reading Terminal Market's 125th Anniversary!

I hope you experience the joy and tradition of America's oldest farmers' market with this painting as much as I enjoyed creating it! 

The Original Painting canvas size is 12x16 Inches. I use the highest quality artist oil paint on studio-wrapped stretched linen canvas.

THE ORIGINAL PAINTING ARRIVES AT YOUR HOME FRAMED AND READY TO HANG.

In addition to the original painting, you can order canvas & paper prints in various sizes. Click the drop down "Select Options" menu for sizes and price.

For inquiries and purchases, contact me at christina@christinatarkoff.com, or simply use the "ADD TO CART" button.

I take every step to ensure this online image is as accurate as possible to the original painting. However variations in color may occur due to monitor differences.

 

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See this painting in person at the Philadelphia Sketch Club's 155th Annual Small Oils Exhibit.

HAPPY 125th ANNIVERSARY TO THE READING TERMINAL MARKET! 

The Story of the Blue-eyed Boy

Readiing Terminal Market in Center City Philadelphia, is one of the oldest and largest indoor farmer's food markets in the nation. A nationally know foodie paradise, it is home to a wide variety of fresh produce, seafood, poultry, fresh meats, home-baked pastries, Amish specialities, local Pennsylvania Dutch delicacies, and uniquely Philly hoagie and cheesesteak vendors. The blue-eyed boy in this painting is a young and knowledgable member of his family's Pennsylvania Dutch food stand's team. I loved the way he is engulfed by the colorful rainbow of glass jars, packages of popping corn, soup mixes, and all kinds of dried delicacies. The impactful blue of his shirt is matched only by the intensity of his blue eyes. I was taken not only by the cornucopia of colors represented in the painting, but how the boy and his family's food stand exemplifies the down-to-earth atmosphere of the entire market.

Quality food markets are rare these days. Located, not in the suburbs, but in the middle of our great city of Philadelphia, the Terminal Market provides a variety of fresh food and vegetables that are easily accessible to neighborhoods located throughout the city. From artisanal cheeses, to classic scrapple and pork chops, the Reading Terminal Market has food and products to meet a wide variety of tastes and budgets.

I hope you vicariously experience the earthy sites, colors, and sounds of the market and can imagine the diversity of folks & food under one roof. This public market is a literal and visual feast for all to enjoy.

Celebrate Reading Terminal Market's 125th Anniversary!

I hope you experience the joy and tradition of America's oldest farmers' market with this painting as much as I enjoyed creating it! 

The Original Painting canvas size is 12x16 Inches. I use the highest quality artist oil paint on studio-wrapped stretched linen canvas.

THE ORIGINAL PAINTING ARRIVES AT YOUR HOME FRAMED AND READY TO HANG.

In addition to the original painting, you can order canvas & paper prints in various sizes. Click the drop down "Select Options" menu for sizes and price.

For inquiries and purchases, contact me at christina@christinatarkoff.com, or simply use the "ADD TO CART" button.

I take every step to ensure this online image is as accurate as possible to the original painting. However variations in color may occur due to monitor differences.