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Acrylic ORIGINAL Large 3ft gallery wrap  -Contemporary impasto palette knife  abstract  floral   painting by Nicolette Vaughan Horner

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Large original impasto abstract floral canvas painting on gallery wrapped canvas
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3ft by 2ft by 3/4" deep
Title: Poppies In Full Bloom
Comes directly from my studio and ready to hang with certificate of authenticity to state this is a Nicolette Vaughan Horner original art painting.
Museum archival quality gallery wrap canvas stretched over sturdy wood frame with no staples at the sides,hand splined beveled stretcher bars,kiln dried..
The sides have been painted black so there is no need to frame but you can do so if you wish.

All my work is signed by myself personally,I guarantee all my work 100%,

- USA: UPS Ground Insured (expedited upgrades available) or for smaller paintings and prints USPS
- Canada and UK: USPS Priority Mail w/tracking Insured
- Australia: DHL or FedEx via Forwarder (only possibility to ship larger pieces not accepted via regular carriers, transit time 7-12 days)

Acrylic ORIGINAL Large 3ft gallery wrap -Contemporary impasto palette knife abstract floral painting by Nicolette Vaughan Horner


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: canvas, paints, varnish, brushes, impasto, palette knife, Oils, acrylics, oil paints, acrylic paints, texture, Oil painting, acrylic painting
  • Ships from United States to select countries.
  • Feedback: 475 reviews
  • Favorited by: 206 people