Legend of Sleepy Hollow Headless Horseman Wall Decor
This is a graphic print of an original painting by Leslie Evans. It’s a spooky rendition of the Headless Horseman on his steed tearing across the Sleepy Hollow bridge from the chilling Halloween story by Washington Irving.
The artwork was made in Sleepy Hollow by a long residing Sleepy Hollow artist using a piece of old wood from a vintage Sleepy Hollow home. You can't get any closer to Headless Horseman territory than that!
The words "Sleepy Hollow" in Old English lettering are printed under the bridge.
Each piece of wood is rustic, unique and not perfect. The wood plaque could have knots, nicks, holes and be unusually shaped. I purposely look for unusual pieces with character. You will be getting a one of a kind finished product because of the nature of each wood plaque.
This is a print of a watercolor design and is mounted to a piece of cedar painted black. The artwork has deckled (torn) edges to reflect an antique character. A raffia ribbon is attached so your plaque can hang on the wall.
- Each piece is unique and very rustic.
- Size: approximately 4” x 6” with a raffia handle for hanging.
- ‘Each piece of wood is cedar from an old Sleepy Hollow house.
- Wood is painted black with holes, knots, nicks and age showing through.
- Artwork is deckled (torn) edges to reflect a vintage look.
- "Sleepy Hollow" is printed in old English lettering under the bridge.
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