Greatest American Painters

Susan Brabeau

Posted by M.R.N. on August 9, 2010

For Art’s Sake


Soda Fountain

The Confectionery

Pit Stop

At The Station

The Mannequin

Measuring The Distance

The Sandtrap

On The Train

Lighthouse Life


Buying Hats

title unknown

Farmhouse Auction

The Patient Elves

The Country Church

The Front Porch Vet

Hide n’ Quilt

6 Responses to “Susan Brabeau”

  1. Wonderful work! Full of life and character.

  2. Patricia A Mann said

    i love your art, it is so what i love about home things a long time ago. Old quilts hanging on the clothesline. and other familiar things to me when I was a child. thank you for posting your beautiful work. I enjoyed my Sunday morning surfing of your art.

  3. Dave Woods said

    Wonderfully evocative work, I’ve racked my brains for a tilte for the one untitled painting, of the two girls and the dogs, decided it doesn’t need one. great fun. Thank you for this post.

  4. What can I say that has not already been said? I love them all! The details and rolling eyes of your subject tell a story in themselves. Thank you for bringing back many many happy memories I experienced as a child….although I did not recognize them as happy way back when.

  5. Katie Ingram said

    The puzzle I bought detailing the children cooking, has the title “Too Many Cooks”. Such character – wonderful work.

  6. Sally Heley said

    Wonderful. I could gaze at your paintings all day and feel I was reading a book. Thank you.

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