This very large and impressive 1960's Turner Wall Accessories piece is by Lee Burr, AKA Lee Reynolds, whose works have a bit of a following, with good reason. Entitled "Carousel", it is a print on board, which has been "hand colored" with raised black glaze, artfully applied by hand, giving the work a rich texture and making each one its own unique piece of art. These dancing horses, or rather some quite similar by Mr. Burr, graced the set of I Dream of Jeanie, just in case you had not yet been convinced of its bona fides. Frame is wood.
45 1/4" H x 35 1/8" W x 1 1/4" D
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