Granny Smith Apples (acrylic kitchen painting)
The Granny SMith Apple originated in Australia in 1868 from a chance seedling propagated by Maria Ann Smith (née Sherwood, b. 1799, d. 9 March 1870), from whom comes the name.
Granny Smith apples are light green in colour. They are crisp, juicy apples which are excellent for eating raw and cooking. Granny Smith apples are ideally suited for pie baking. They are favoured for salads because the slices do not brown as quickly as other varieties. They also tend to have a harder texture than other green apples.
This cultivar needs fewer winter chill hours and a longer growing season to mature the fruit, so it is favoured for the milder areas of the apple growing regions.
Beatles' Apple Records adopted a Granny Smith apple as its logo.
This is a trinity of Granny Smith apples, 2 whole apples and one half apple, painted on a yellow ochre background, on a 8 x 10" panel canvas board in an impressionist style
Acrylic, Canvas, Frame
Dimensions and Weight
|Dimensions:||(in | cm)||H: 8
W: 10 in
|Weight:||( lb | kg )||1 lb|
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