This painting is the fourth in Terry Redlin’s series, “America the Beautiful”
Painted: 1990 Published: 1993
America truly became a land of plenty. The hard-working settlers harvested a bountiful variety of foods to feed a growing nation. In this print, the farmer and his family haul a wagon overflowing with corn, baskets of apples, and containers of milk to town. Overhead, pigeons have found their home atop a grain elevator, a sturdy monument to the fertile soil, and the farmers who toil on it.