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This offer consists of a set of three miniature framed monochrome prints of scenes hand sketched, described and signed by artist Donald B. Williams of Morro Bay, California. They represent some of the most popular scenes on the Central Coast of California. The first scene is of the Hollister Ranch dating back to 1860 with Hollister Peak in the background. The second is of the Pozo Saloon, a stage coach stop built around 1858. The third is of the old barn on Cayucos Creek, built around 1897. Each of the three miniatures is framed and equipped for wall hanging and measures 5 1/4" high by 6 1/2" wide. Frames are a walnut color and are in good condition.
Don was an artist, illustrator, lecturer, teacher and graduate of Humboldt State College. His specialty was watercolor but he was also a lithographer. He reproduced limited editions of his sketches of historic buildings and other subjects along the Central Coast. He established himself as a full time artist in the 1970s with the opening of his studio gallery "Art Works" in Morro Bay, California.

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Vintage Lithographic Scenes by Don B. Williams of Morro Bay, Calif. c.1970

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: Wood, Paper
  • Only ships within United States.
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