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01/18/2019 05:53 PM
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ANTIQUE WATERCOLOR BY W.S. COLEMAN (ORIGINAL FRAME)

Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. Paper, wood, glass
Size. 31 high x 29 wide
Rating: 8
Comments. Signed W.S. Coleman this watercolor is of a young girl at the beach listening to a shell. She has a floppy hat adorned with an ostrich feather, long flowing hair and there is some type of mausoleum in the background. It is double matted in tan as well as gold. The painting is in good shape with only a few very small dark dots and has some very nice details. It is in a solid wood frame which has raised gesso design border strips and has some newer, applied flower embellishments in the corners. It is in sturdy shape with thin age split line and small chips in the gesso. The gold paint has wear, small scratches/scapes, some small missing spots and a nice aged patina Give this item a cleaning and it will make a nice addition over the mantle, behind a sideboard or in any room of your home.

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