This charming little building was apparently used a a chicken coop, although from the back, (the viewpoint from which it was sketched), it’s purpose was a little vague. It was built right on the barn bridge, so the the stone wall of the bridge formed its foundation in the back. 2B and 6B graphite sketch pencil on Strathmore Drawing. It was done around noon, so the shadows from the tin roof were kind of interesting on the sunlit wall.
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