These four paintings were commissioned by the South Easthope Mutual Insurance Company to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Village of Tavistock, Ontario in 1998. The original acrylic paintings are 4 X 6 feet and are on permanent display at the museum at the Insurance Company's offices in Tavistock.

In these four pictures, artist Lance Russwurm attempted to show four aspects of small town life ...
Click on each photo for a larger view!


#1 - Tavistock
- showing a typical small town business section in the 1930's (it still looks much the same today).


#2 - Grand Trunk Station
Tavistock"shows the importance the railways had for rural people in years past.


#3 - The Mill and Library
- shows industry and learning.


#4 - Farm Harvest
- shows the rural surroundings of the village.


These four pictures are each available as limited edition prints. There are 250 copies of each, except for "Farm Harvest" which has 500 copies. They are all 18" X 12-1/2" and the retail price of each is $80 (CDN). All proceeds are donated to Muscular Dystrophy.

These prints are available ONLY from:
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