Photography LaMont Adelbert Warner Mural Posted on June 1, 2019May 27, 2019 by Thomas Slatin May 2019 Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading... Post Navigation Previous Post Let You Down Next Post I’m Waking Up 16 thoughts on “LaMont Adelbert Warner Mural” Oh, he was quite an artist and craftsman. It’s a shame his murals will be lost. findingaid.winterthur.org/html/HTML_Finding_Aids/COL0647.htm Loading... Reply Because of my extensive research prior to photographing properties, I’m well aware of the historic value of these murals and why they are so important. Unfortunately these irreplaceable relics are lost to a modern society who finds it acceptable to abandon and destroy. Loading... Reply Wow..this is a great work of art..I love that wall painting..its awesome Loading... Reply This is a really pretty mural. It’s a shame that it’s in this state of decay. Loading... Reply This is a great piece of artwork that will dazzle any home. I love all the subtle detailing on the lake and the trees. Loading... Reply Truly quite amazing mural painting. It’s sad to see it’s fading. Loading... Reply Very beautifull mural, I wish it was in better conditions. Loading... Reply You have a midas touch fingers. You capture shots in a cool way. I just like the angle you took this shot. Loading... Reply you have a midas touch fingers. I just like the way you capture your photos. This here is cool. Loading... Reply you have a midas touch fingers. I just like the way you capture your photos. This here is cool. Loading... Reply There are few murals and rare to find these days. It’s one of the most creative arts dating back in those old days. Loading... Reply This is some great work of art. The painting looks very beautiful. Loading... Reply It’s sad to see such beutiful relics abandoned. We ought to restore them and preserve history. Loading... Reply Great photo as usual Thomas. Keep it up. Loading... Reply Those stairs are in a mess. This must have been abandoned for a long time. Loading... Reply I feel sad when such beautiful relics are abandoned and forever lost. I wish some restoration could be done. Loading... Reply Leave a Reply to David Mureithi Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.