|Title||On Goose Creek|
|Creator||Haberer, C. Winston|
|Dimensions||H-7.875 W-10.75 inches|
|Description||This etching is titled "On Goose Creek." It is a landscape that depicts four trees on the left side of the bank of a creek. The trees lean over the creek and their reflections are depicted in the water. A tree with tall grass is in the right foreground. The creek fills the remaining foreground and the center of the image. In the background, there is a small hill. In the lower left corner, the artist's initials are printed: CWH. Below the edges of the engraving, the artist has signed the print in pencil, "C. Winston Haberer," and has titled the print in the lower left corner "25/76 On Goose Creek."|
Charles Winston Haberer was a Kentucky etcher and engraver. He studied printmaking under Sudduth Goff, in Louisville, and at the Chicago Art Institute.
John J. King, the donor, was interested in developing the Society's collection of Kentucky artists. He also lent the Society works by Harvey Joiner, Paul Plaschke, and others.
|Collection||John J. King Collection|
Haberer, C. Winston
|Physical Holder||Kentucky Historical Society - KHS|