A limited edition print by the American modernist artist John Marin from his own original drawing, this work was bound into a portfolio, by him, in 1950 and was probably created much earlier. It was never framed until now; the talented professionals at Brooklyn's Make A Frame paired it harmoniously with this wood frame and acid-free matting for a very nice piece of art by a noteworthy artist, ready for the perfect spot on your wall.
16.5"W x 13.5" H x .5" D
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