Iron Kettle and Peat Fire

Donald J. Rommes

"In the central room of an old farmhouse, water in an iron kettle is heated over a peat fire and the smoke veils the details of cupboard and dishes. During the winter, animals were allowed inside this room, and the burning peat provided warmth for humans and cattle alike. The family slept together for warmth in a small compartment off to the left and smoke stained both lungs and walls before escaping through a designated hole in the roof." – Don Rommes

Pigment on Paper
Signed by Donald Rommes

Image size is 17 x 14 inches, matted to 23.5 x 19.5 inches
Framed under glass with a 1/2 inch black metal frame

$400 USD