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Watermelon Man I


    When I was 7 or 8 my family lived in Tulsa, Oklahoma for a time. It is hot in Tulsa in the summertime. So, in the evenings we would go down to a watermelon stand with tables under an awning. I remember the strings of twinkling lights that lit up the tables and all the little bugs flitting around. When you purchased a watermelon, a big man wielding a very big knife would pull one out of a large trough of ice water and cut it for us. No better way to cool off after a long, hot day. When I was a poor starving artist in Seattle in the '70s, a friend's dad purchased many of my paintings including this one. When he passed on, his son inherited all of my art. This painting graced the different homes of my friend and his wife for many years, who just happen to be organic farmers. It has now returned to me from the estate.

  • Original

    This Victor Steven Rosenberg original is now available for $8,400.00.  It is 32" x 37.5", acrylic on canvas, unframed, ready to hang. 


    Add this to your collection today!

  • Limited Edition Prints

    Signed, limited edition giclée prints available here.

  • Unsigned Prints and Other Items

    This image is also available on unsigned prints and other items, such as coffee cups and throw pillows, here.  

  • Contact

     If you have any questions, please email or call +1 (520) 399-1009 (landline).  I am here to help.


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