The painting by Joseph T. Renaldi depicts a father escorting his daughter down a country road to a one room school house.
This scene was typical in rural America during the early and mid 20th century.
The joy and happiness is displayed by all the children upon leaving the little, red country school house at the conclusion of the school year.
Since I was in the field of education for forty (40) years, I witnessed that most of the pupils were delighted at the conclusion of the school term.
Individuals who attended a rural school can relate to the painting displayed on this page.
DOOR TOPPERS ( DOOR DECOR)
A variety of scenes are hand painted directly to wooden door toppers as a decor for doors.The toppers are curved and 3 ft. long and 6" wide at the center of the topper.The scenes include paintings of animals, birds, landscapes, religious figures,and etc.