A lithographic print of a feed stire or warehouse that appears to have been abandoned or at least looks desolate and neglected. On the walls are ads for Purina Chows and Shur-Bain feed service. A sign over one door says it is Vanstone Flour and Feed Mill. This is a large building that dominates the space. You can just barely see that there is snow on the ground to the right of the building.
The original painting was by Sally Wildman. The picture is signed in the print (very tiny and in the very lowest right edge) and printed on the white border.
The print is 9 x 14 inches and the total including border is 12.25 x 17 inches.
This is one of a series of lithographs of derelict and abandoned buildings I am listing. All are the same size and obviously from the same print-maker. Other than the artists' names they prints are not identified.
If you want more than one lithograph email me and I'll adjust the shipping. Up to 3 for the one shipping and perhaps more.