View this slide show of barns and farms that have graced the covers of Yankee over the years.
November 1987 and November 1981.
April 1972 | "Near Charlestown, NH," by R. S. Sleicher.
October 1963 | "Country Show Window," by George T. Erickson.
October 1972 | "Connecticut Farm," by beaTrix Sagendorph.
October 1954 | "Roadside Stand," by Beatrix Sagendorph.
January 1983 | "Uncle Van," an oil painting by Rich Fiedler.
February 1989 | "First Snow," acrylic by Jim Buckels.
September 1946 cover by Beatrix T Sagendorph.
October 1985 | "Butternut Farms," oil on Masonite by Charles Wysocki.
November 1981 | "Country Cats," alkyd on masonite panel by John Frank.
March 1971 | "Berkshire Hills," (detail) by George Cherepov.
March 1996 | "Passing Showers, Parmalee Farm" (detail), by Peter Poskas.
In this issue:
If I am not mistaken, this is a Charles Wysocki painting. Love his work……and Yankee Magazine.
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