Earl Young’s Hobbit House the Half House on Park Ave Prints. This is a signed print, stamped with a seal of authenticity on the back. The title and signature are on the front in a white border that frames the print image. Matting isn’t necessary, just pop in a frame. The total size of the image and border fits the standard size you are ordering.
The Story behind the Art
This image is a reproduction of “Earl Young’s Hobbit House the Half House on Park Avenue, Charlevoix”. It is a large acrylic on wood painting that is actually a commissioned table for the East Park Tavern restaurant in Downtown Charlevoix overlooking East Park. I did a series of Charlevoix themed paintings for their Topside deck and a marketing plan Where you can Dine on Fine Art and Enjoy the View. I had wanted to do this for years, a Charlevoix themed restaurant featuring my paintings. East Park Tavern is the perfect place for them. If you are in Charlevoix, please stop in to see the originals and have lunch and enjoy the view!
- Earl Young History: Earl built this unique little house for his daughter as a wedding present! The Half House sits beside the original house where Earl raised his family. The Young’s family house has been recently rebuilt because of serious damage over the years and is now referred to as “The Thatch House”. The little “Half House” remains original and true to his vision. People come from all over the world to take pictures. It is referred to as the “Hobbit House” or “Half House” and is totally unique and a delight inside and out!
- Visiting Charlevoix? If you would like to see it up close the owners rent it out! OR if you are in Charlevoix and are looking for something fun to do, you HAVE to take a guided Mushroom House Tour of the exterior of all 28 of the Earl Young homes with local Edith Pair!
- You will want to take home one of Earl Young’s Hobbit House the Half House on Park Ave Prints as a memory of your trip.
A Part of the Pure Charlevoix Collection.
(The colors represented on your computer screen may not match the actual painting exactly. Please be aware that all computer screens vary in color and intensity.)