What a gorgeous watercolor painting of sailboats in Boston's Back Bay! It is not any less impressive because we can't read the name of the artist or find this painting anywhere else. In fact, maybe that even adds to the allure? Beautifully framed and matted, it is signed by the artist (in a signature we cannot decipher, if you can please do!). If you love Boston, or sailboats, or both, perhaps this belongs on your wall.
It is in excellent condition.
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