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BID DATE:
05/27/2018 05:31 PM
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OLD LANDSCAPE PAINTING ON WOOD (UNSIGNED)

Age: 80+

Size: 10 3/8” x 14 1/2”

Rating: 8

Comments: A nice old unsigned oil painting on a thin board which has an integral border beveled back from the painting 1 1/4”. The border has a golden sand textured finish which has some chipping and loss in the bottom left corner. The painting depicts a lake with trees, small mountains and a beautiful sky. It is in good condition with only small flecks of missing paint on the edges. No hanging hardware is present. The back is painted flat black with an old paper label which reads “Frost and Adams, Importers and Dealers in Artist Materials, Boston”. Serene and pleasing.

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