This original painting, a watercolor, is beautiful and a bit haunting (in a good way). A large city reflected in the water, full of grays and blues and splashes of yellow and red twinkling lights. We think it is Chicago but only Paula knows for sure. If we could find her, we would tell her that she's quite talented and she should quit her 1970's day job where she has to wear all that polyester and the men are all sexist! In original wood frame and gray matting, all in good condition--the wood has some surface damage that in our opinion does not detract. A gorgeous cityscape.
26" W x 21" H x .75"
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