Lutheran Church

Lutheran Church
Unframed pencil on paper drawing by Fritz G. Vogt. The drawing is of the Lutheran Church in Leesville in Schoharie, NY in 1892. The paper is narrow and tall. The chuch dominates the centeral ground. It has double doors at the front, and four windows on the proper right side. There is a bell tower at the top of the church, on the proper right side there is a narrow chiminey. The bell tower has an arrow shaped weathervane on top. The chuch is Greek revival with collumns at the corners of the building, with the door and roof line having a frieze and pediment features. Two trees almost frame the front door, one is pine the other some sort of deciduous tree. The proper right side of the composition has a low fence and a dirt pathway.
Physical dimensions: 
height 15 in
width 10 in