This is one of a handful of drawings I'm listing, all done by a kid with the initials of J.B in the 1940s. I love them all, but this one I'm especially fascinated by because of the strangeness of the perspective, with this wonderful long stone wall (I assume it is) running all the way up to the horizon, where it meets the sun and a couple of barely there roof tops, red chimney included. Another tiny clips beyond the hill at upper right, too, and a great fence in the foreground. A pretty curious one that makes me think J.P had a pretty interesting way of looking at things!
12 1/4" x 9 1/8" and in. good condition. Crayon. on construction paper, which is a bit brittle.