This is a very nice, original, oil on slate painting of Weber's Texaco Service Station, as it was in 1970, located in Terre Hill, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. This Texaco "gas station" was owned and operated by Steve Weber from 1956 to 1984, before being demolished to make way for a the construction of "Cr's Friendly Market", owned by Carlos Leffler, Inc. This is an excellent example of how this old Texaco station looked for many years, and was an iconic part of this small Pennsylvania town. It is signed on the front by the artist, and on the back of the slate, "Christmas 1993" is painted in gold. Includes leather strap at the top for hanging it on the wall.
This is wonderful nostalgic piece of Pennsylvania history that would be a perfect addiction to any Petroliana collection.
Measures 14" wide x 10" tall.
Condition: Very good condition, showing very little wear. The slate is free from cracks, chips, and breaks, and the paint is nice and bright. Some very light cosmetic wear and imperfections may be present upon close inspection.
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