"Belle Vue House, circa 1928" by PETER RINDLISBACHER
From the artist notes (edited):
"This painting was donated by the artist to aid the Amherstburg-based Belle Vue Conservancy in their efforts to restore the building and grounds to the appearance shown in this image.
Its present Colonial Revival look was established by John C Mullen.
In the painting, he and his wife, Isabella are seen receiving guests in the front of their home
in the summer of 1928, with several Model-A Fords in view."
The original painting is currently hung in the Council Chamber at the Amherstburg Town Hall
until it can be permanently hung in the house itself.
Artist giclees and/or prints are given as a thank you for monetary donations to aid in the restoration efforts.
See "How Can I Help" for more information.
Unframed, signed and numbered 14”x20” prints are available for purchase at a cost of $100.
Unframed 20”x 28”giclees ( reproduction on canvas with artists authentication ) are at a cost of $350 .