"January Thaw" is a 20 by 30 inch oil on canvas painting by Rebecca M. Fullerton, depicting a classic northeastern village in winter. A road runs down into the town where clapboard houses flank a white church with its steeple. Signs of a warm spell are evident as patches of bare ground show up and the paved road is melting out.

"January Thaw," framed 20x30 inch oil on canvas painting

Regular price $ 2,000.00 $ 0.00

This painting is currently on display outside of my studio. See below for details on where to find it or contact us with any questions you may have.

This painting is currently on display at the Sugar Hill Inn in Sugar Hill, New Hampshire. Please contact the Inn directly at (603) 823-5621 if interested.

A mid-winter scene of warm sun on a quiet Northeast village street. This classic scene with a white church steeple, houses and shops remains all over the Northeast, though it seems like a thing of bygone days. In winter we tend to get what's known as January Thaw each year. In the depths of winter a few warm days will spring up, giving us all a good dose of sunlight and memories of warm weather days. It won't last, but how nice it is to see the village in sunlight.

  • 20 x 30 inch oil on canvas
  • gallery wrapped on 1¼" stretcher bars
  • framed in a handmade hardwood float frame
  • signed by the artist
  • wired and ready to hang