Julius Schnittchen was born in Budapest, an architect engineer who escaped from Hungary in 1956, member of the Kankakee Art League and Iroquois County Historical Society, studied painting under Zoltan Szabo. Hundreds of his paintings adorn the walls of corporations and private homes. He and his wife resided in Sheldon, Iroquois County, IL for 25 years.
First Depot of Sheldon, Il., 1983 Lithograph by Julius Schnittchen
This elegant picture drawn in pencil/black and white depicts a steam locomotive pulling into the Sheldon, Ill., train station in the early 1900s. The masterpiece reflects that time has not changed at this quaint little depot. The artist intended to arouse a sense of nostalgia and appreciation of things from the past that rarely exist in todays fast moving times.
This artwork is a reproduction printed (and signed) on premium grade poster paper for ease of matting and framing, an excellent option for the value seeker.