This original watercolor has a pleasing impact overall (green is so soothing), but closer study reveals small details that are also charming. A couple lounging on the grass, a man in a boat...the kind of things you might do in the park on a sunny afternoon such as the one depicted here. On paper, behind glass with mating, in painted wood frame. The art itself is 50+ years old, but the beautiful new framing job was just done at Brooklyn's Make-A-Frame on famed Atlantic Avenue--a best of both world's scenario.
27.5" W x 23" H x 1" Deep-Picture only 15.75" H x 2.5" W
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