Autumn in New England


Autumn in New England by at Hartselle Fine Arts Center. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. -Painted on artist quality acid-free 140 lb. watercolor paper. -Professional quality artists watercolor paints. (Sennelier) -Acid-Free paper. -Size: 10'' x 12.5'' -Signature on the front and is signed on the back. FRAME NOT INCLUDED Painting com


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-Painted on artist quality acid-free 140 lb. watercolor paper. -Professional quality artists watercolor paints. (Sennelier) -Acid-Free paper. -Size: 10" x 12.5" -Signature on the front and is signed on the back. FRAME NOT INCLUDED Painting com

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Category:
Watercolor Paintings
Artist:
Jim Lagasse
Media:
Watercolor
Item Size:
10 x 12 x 1 inches

 


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