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Great Oak of Tara

Seth  Weaver

Hendersonville, North Carolina, United States

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©Seth F.Weaver, Sr. 05/13/09. This work was inspired by the opening scene of the classic 1939 film “Gone With The Wind” with the scene of that dramatic old oak. Very symbolic of the Old South at that time, a land of gallant gentlemen and grand ladies and also a land of cruel slavery. A marker drawing with digital effects. A DigyMix™ creation.

∆ 03/07/10 featured in Mornings, Evenings, Sunrises, and Sunsets group,
∆ 06/25/12 SOLD a Photographic Print with this image
∆ 02/26/14 SOLD a Postcard with this image,
∆ 05/29/14 SOLD a Large Throw Pillow with this image
∆ 06/10/15 SOLD a Phone Case/Skin with this image,
∆ 07/14/15 SOLD a Sticker with this image,
∆ 07/20/15 SOLD a Sticker with this image,
∆ 10/23/15 SOLD a Phone Case/Skin with this image,
∆ 10/25/15 featured in Country Bumpkin
∆ 10/31/15 featured in VaVoom.

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