Masterfully rendered oil painting of a ship by the mastermind of the Van Guard Studios, Lee Reynolds. He had a number of artists that worked under his supervision but he also painted a few works himself and signed them "VanGuard". This particular genre of abstract and spooky sailing ships was a popular motif in the latter mid century and definitely deserves a place on any respectable MCM wall. Painting is in very fine condition, frame is structurally sound and was antiqued to begin with, so it definitely has that look now. Yes, there's antiquing on top of the antiquing, but it somehow looks 100% appropriate for this picture.
34" H x 24" W x 3" D
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