The Guernsey Cow in Exton, Chester County, PA was founded by Ilario “Larry” and Gladys Polite in 1931 and continued operations for over 50 years through 1985. The Guernsey Cow was a family restaurant and meeting place along the Lincoln Highway just west of the Main Line between Philadelphia and Lancaster, PA.
I had the privilege to work with the grandson, Sean McGlinchey, to create a commemorative painting of "The Guernsey Cow" for the West Whiteland Township building. The original painting resides there. I wanted to share this piece of history and art with the community and cow lovers so I've made a 100 limited edition gilcées.
The gilcées are printed on archival paper and archival matte which makes them ready to frame. Each print is signed and numbered by me. The print measures 9 3/4" x 13" and the mat measures 16" x 20" which easily fits into a standard 16" x 20" frame.