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1951 OIL PAINTING BY F.B. CURLEY
Age. See below
Composition. See below
Size. 24” high x 20” wide
Rating: 7
Comments. Oil on Masonite it is hand written on the back” painted by F.B. Curley, May 1951. It depicts a young boy complete with straw hat fishing on a stream surrounded by woods. It has good colors and nice details. It is mounted on a solid oak frame which has a bleached finish that has wear, shade variations and small scratches/scrapes. It is in sturdy shape but does have thin corner joint separation lines, normal use wear and has a few small, shallow wood dents. The painting has wear, a few small scratches, soiling/stains and has some crazing in the center as seen in our photo. Give it a cleaning and it will make a nice addition to your art gallery.

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