16x20 inch oil painting on canvas. Presented in a warm, silver floater frame, lending a more contemporary feel to this landscape painting. Why is it called the last view? because this was a spot I painted feverishly for almost a decade. It was an old menhaden processing plant, I believe to make into cat food! It had a wonderfully decaying sheet metal building, along with 4 cinderblock outbuildings, and was my special spot for many years. There were also 2 brick chimneys used in some fashion during the processing. The property was finally razed of all buildings this past spring, and will become a new subdivision with water access. This was the last plein air painting I did on the property... a nice token of a time gone by.