Gone with the Wind

Five oil painting dating back to the mid 1990s by the noted, and late, American artist Charles Gehm are now on display and for sale at the Westport River Gallery. Native to Connecticut, he captured the alluring and timeless nature of Margaret Mitchell's novel Gone with the Wind. The board of the NYSE selected him to create their annual Christmas card. Also a fine artist, he received numerous awards, and his oil paintings have been shown in galleries in NY, AZ, OH, MA and CT.
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Original oil painting by Charles Gehm 32x24 Gone with the Wind at Westport River Gallery. "Bonnie Blue Butler"— Rhett shows their daughter Bonnie her new pony.

Original oil painting by Charles Gehm 32x24 Gone with the Wind at Westport River Gallery. "Bonnie Blue Butler"— Rhett shows their daughter Bonnie her new pony.

Oil painting 24x30 Gone with the Wind at Westport River Gallery "What Difference"— Scarlett’s father Gerald advises her to marry a Southerner.

Oil painting 24x30 Gone with the Wind at Westport River Gallery "What Difference"— Scarlett’s father Gerald advises her to marry a Southerner.

Oil painting 20x30 Gone with the Wind at the Westport River Gallery. "Red Dress"—At Ashely’s birthday party, Scarlett must confront the women who have been gossiping about their embrace.

Oil painting 20x30 Gone with the Wind at the Westport River Gallery. "Red Dress"—At Ashely’s birthday party, Scarlett must confront the women who have been gossiping about their embrace.

Oil painting Charles Gehm 28x22 Gone with the Wind at the Westport River Gallery.  "Moonlights and Magnolias" — Scarlett, wearing the gown she made out of Tara’s drapes, visits Rhett in prison.

Oil painting Charles Gehm 28x22 Gone with the Wind at the Westport River Gallery. "Moonlights and Magnolias" — Scarlett, wearing the gown she made out of Tara’s drapes, visits Rhett in prison.

Oil painting 32x29 Gone with the Wind at the Westport River Gallery. "Your Sanctity " —Rhett comes upon Scarlett gazing at Ashley’s portrait.

Oil painting 32x29 Gone with the Wind at the Westport River Gallery. "Your Sanctity " —Rhett comes upon Scarlett gazing at Ashley’s portrait.

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