Very Bernard Buffett-ish oil on canvas depiction of a European waterway. So much like BB's works that I wonder if he ever worked under a pseudonym...hmm...yeah, let's go with that. Because this painting is that good and it's fun to imagine. And even if not, the craftsmanship exhibited in this piece stands up on its own. Sister painting in first pic is by B. Nardini and is available either together or separately. Frames are identical and as you can see the styles are strikingly similar and as such these two paintings complement one another quite well.
Painting is in very good shape with one chip near the very top, frame is aesthetically and structurally sound, linen matting has a couple very small stains at the top, hardly noticeable. Overall a gorgeous piece to add to your mid century inspired wall!
33 H x 21 W x 1.5 D; Painting alone is 24 H x 11.25 W
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