Dan Campanelli paints 19th-century buildings in watercolors that display a deep devotion to historical accuracy and subtle beauty. Campanelli’s professional career began by painting historic mills, fearing that they would soon be extinct. He later painted vintage stone houses, rustic wooden barns and sleepy villages, ensuring meticulous detail by creating all of his works onsite. Approaching their own 19th-century Georgian house as a work of art, Campanelli and his wife completely restored it, often using 18th-century tools. Adored worldwide, Campanelli has won over 65 awards, including national gold medals from the National Academy of Design.