Here is a half done illustration of Brandywine Tomatoes:
Here is a little bit of Brandywine history from wikipedia: It reached modern popularity after being introduced via the Seed Savers Exchange in 1982 by an elderly Ohio
gardener named Ben Quisenberry. He received the variety from a woman
named Dorris Sudduth Hill who could trace Brandywine in her family for
over 80 years. Brandywine has become one of the most popular home garden
cultivars in the United States. Due to the proliferation of many
misidentified varieties, the pink-fruited, potato-leaved Brandywine is
sometimes labeled Brandywine (Sudduth's).