Autumn Rose Wall Art

Autumn Rose Wall Art

$295.00

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A muted palette of pinks and greens enlivens this floral still life, printed on canvas and artist-enhanced with paint to accentuate the pieces's gestural brushstrokes. Framed and ready to hang.
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Gallery wrapped canvas, artist enhanced with etched gold wood floater frame.

Dust with a soft cloth. Do not use water or cleaners.

16"W x 21"L; Frame: 0.75" x 2"

Made in the USA.

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