52nd National Catalog


16” x 20” — Oil $2,500

My goal for this painting was to depict a pioneer woman enjoying a break from her work. I imagine that she moved to her new home from her childhood home in the East bringing what few belongings she could carry in their wagon. She drinks from her mother’s china teacup and has a few treasured books that tell of foreign lands and stories such as Robin Hood, Swiss Family Robinson, Vanity Fair and the Song of Hiawatha . She keeps her little library on the drop-leaf table her father built along with her grandfather’s pocket watch.

DANA LOMBARDO • WAOW Signature • OK • www.danalombardo.com Dana Lombardo is a self-taught artist who lives and works at Grand Lake in Oklahoma. She finds great inspiration in the cultural history of the peoples of her state of Oklahoma. Her subject matter includes Western figurative, urban scenes, boat scenes, landscapes and still life. Dana is a signature member of American Women Artists and Cowgirl Artists of America. She is an associate member of National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society, Oil Painters of America, American Plains Artists and the Portrait Society of America.


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