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Alternatively Acrylic Print featuring the photograph The Smokehouse by Rob Sellers

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The Smokehouse Acrylic Print

Rob Sellers

by Rob Sellers

$99.00

Product Details

The Smokehouse acrylic print by Rob Sellers.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.

Design Details

Inside a rustic wooden smokehouse (alternatively spelled smoakhouse) at Lexington Historic Museum in Lexington, South Carolina.... more

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Comments (4)

Roger Wedegis

Roger Wedegis

Wonderful work! Congratulations on your sale!

Norman Johnson

Norman Johnson

Congratulations on your sale Rob.

Sunil Kapadia

Sunil Kapadia

Congratulations on your sale!

Artist's Description

Inside a rustic wooden smokehouse (alternatively spelled smoakhouse) at Lexington Historic Museum in Lexington, South Carolina. Meats have been smoked since mid-evil times; however, the first use of the term "smokehouse" appeared in the Virginia Gazette on January 7, 1742, when a Hanover County plantation listed one for sale in the Virginia Gazette. The meat, most commonly pig, was heavily salted and smoked as a way to preserve the food so it would last through winter. Alternatively, the meat could also be stored within the smokehouse where it would be safe from vermin or thieves. During the hotter parts of summer, the meat would be eaten the day of slaughter, then promptly shared with friends, neighbors, or slaves before it spoiled. The meat would also be smoked traditionally for celebrations.

About Rob Sellers

Rob Sellers

Rob acquired professional photographer certification through Allison Online in 2015. Rob is based out of Crestview, Florida with several years of photography experience. Rob volunteers at state parks throughout the United States and photographically document their travels through his web site, Traveler's Pics.

 

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