©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.

Tags

hollywood movie, gone with the wind, oak, tara, sethweaver, digymix, old south, clark gable, vivien leigh, 1939 film, classic, famous, great oak of tara

Comments

  • calves
    calvesover 5 years ago

    Glorious work Seth!!!
    well done, my friend:)))

  • Lior Goldenberg
    Lior Goldenbergover 5 years ago

    Lovely technique and great atmosphere, very nice!

  • Scott  d'Almeida
    Scott d'Almeidaover 5 years ago

    awesome art,

  • Dayonda
    Dayondaover 4 years ago


    This is such a beautiful painting, and illustrates the artistic use of spray media wonderfully! Bringing the romantic manor house and silhouetted couple with the expert use of color makes this painting one to study to learn from: a prizewinner! 06 Mar 2010

  • Dayonda
    Dayondaover 4 years ago

    Note to all admirers*: I have been corrected: Here are Seth’s words:
    ““The Great Oak of Tara” looks like it was done with spray paint but it is a DigyMix™(digital mixed media) a work that started as a marker drawing and was run through the filters of Photoshop®
    Note to self: Dandy, ask the medium before you guess wrong! LoL

  • wormink
    worminkabout 2 years ago

    good job enjoy and create

  • Carolyn Clark
    Carolyn Clarkabout 1 month ago

    Beautiful!!!!

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