Very thoughtful and artfully drawn representation of Vancouver, BC's major landmark buildings as seen and executed by R.C. Westerholm. Limited edition and signed by the artist, in a high-quality frame, protected behind glass. Very handy reference sheet on the back with a mock-up sketch of the painting (by the artist himself) which has corresponding numbers to let those curious enough know which buildings are which. Someone in Vancouver will love this. Or maybe someone who used to live in Vancouver and now lives somewhere else far enough away where they can no longer see any of these buildings, and wants to sometimes see them, would like it too.
23" x 16" x 1"
Item # CT0613-04
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