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Power on the Curve Painting by David Mittner

Power on the Curve is a painting by David Mittner which was uploaded on September 10th, 2007.

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Comments (16)

Gull G

Gull G

Congratulations on your recent sale!

David Stasiak

David Stasiak

Congratulations!

Betsy C Knapp

Betsy C Knapp

Love! Congratulations on your sale!

Jurica Lenard

Jurica Lenard

Awesome and powerful! Beauty!

Don Struke

Don Struke

As the son of a man who retired from the Pennsylvania Railroad with 38 years' service and as someone who grew up in Altoona, not only can I appreciate your stunning artistry in painting after painting, I have no doubt that at some time during my many visits to the Horseshoe Curve "back in the day" I stood at this very spot and watched Big Steam thundering past and headed west. Gorgeous portraiture that helps preserve a very special era of American history.

Donna Brown

Donna Brown

Congratulation on your sale. I love Altoonan, Road a steam engine around the curve. I am originally from Reading, Pa. Walk accross the swing bridge many of time. i like those trains. Donna Brown

Don Struke

Don Struke

As a native Altoonan I spent a lot of time at the Horseshoe Curve and saw many a westbound steam locomotive pulling a string of freight cars up the mountain with brute power. This might be the best presentation I've ever seen of such a moment...the engine leaning slightly to convey exertion, the giant smoke storm roaring up and back, and the gritty, dark colors of the locomotive. My Dad worked on such magnificent machines in the Altoona Shops for 38 years, and I'd like to imagine this was one that he touched. A masterful painting, David!

Iris Devadason

Iris Devadason

I LOVE trains and this is a magnifcent rendering !

Martin Davey

Martin Davey

Very powerful and solid rendering. Well done on your sale!

Gordon Beck

Gordon Beck

Magnificent!!! Congrats on your sale.

Joseph Palotas

Joseph Palotas

Congrats on your SALE !!

Richard Picton

Richard Picton

A great painting David, really conveys power.

Carol Allen Anfinsen

Carol Allen Anfinsen

Wow -- the detail on this baby. Wonderful action-packed scene. Well done! Congrats!

Anil Nene

Anil Nene

Beautiful paintings. i don't like railways. I find too much of engineering in them.I can't relate with the engines. Your paintings made me rethink my likining. Thanks.

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