A new addition to my Back Alley Guthrie Series.
These doors are located on the west side of the very large historic “Oklahoma Building” in downtown Guthrie. It was built in 1901 and was originally the Logan County Bank. The second floor housed offices for the Territorial governors. To get to the second floor they would have entered the larger green doors to the left.
The basement originally had stables for horses and carriages and is accessible from the side walk by a staircase.
These doors are desperately in need of a paint job. 🙂
8 x 10 oil on linen panel
8 thoughts on “Green Doors of Antiquity”
I love it!
Thanks, Sarah ❤
So amazing! -all those bricks and the colors and the details in the windows!!
Thanks, Anna ❤
Love this, Karin! And I love the history you share with us. 🙂 Happy painting to you! 🙂
Thank you, Sheila. I have been locked out of my log in here on WordPress on my personal computer. So I am using another computer to be able to log in on here. I have a lot of catching up to do. Will stop by and visit your blog soon. 🙂
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So great! Love the green!
Thanks, Tera. I’m starting to see this green everywhere.