Havana '59 Exhibition and Sale at Eastern University - Opening - November 11, 2011

Presented by Eastern University, Friends of the Library, and Pennsylvania Trust to benefit the David R. Black Academic Enrichment Fund. Click here to for tickets to the November 11,2011 Grand Opening at the Bolingbroke Mansion in Radnor

Sponsers (to date)
: (click on link to view sponsors websites) Pennsylvania Trust, Corporate Dimensions, LTD., Handelok Bag Company, Edmar Abrasive Company, Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union, Newman & Saunders Galleries


16" x 20" Acrylic on Canvas
George H. Rothacker, 2010©

Price: $1600 (plus shipping and handling)
Prints are also available.

Please contact george@rothackeradv.com

Though a panoply of vintage American cars creates a picturesque landscape in Havana, outside the city the scarcity of cars make horses and horse-drawn buggies the way to go.

The roads even inside the city are unlighted, and on many outlying roads uninitiated travelers may pull up behind a wagon with flames leaping from small buckets dangling from wires and functioning as taillights.

Buggies serve as taxis and buses in rural Cuba, The roads are there. It's just cars that aren't.