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For sale is this beautiful original crystalline cultured marble etched framed artwork by Bill Devine, renowned Alaska Iditarod artist. Bill Devine has since passed away but his artwork is highly collectible and sought after. When the Iditarod began, Bill Devine became the official Iditarod artist and the drawings of a Redington Husky were used in the logo of the Last Great Race in Alaska.

On the back of the art is a Kiana of The Alaska Mint label titled "Meet The Artist" telling about the artist and is hand signed by the artist himself, Bill Devine.
The other original label attached to the back is a certificate from "The Alaska Mint". The artwork is titled "Heading For High Country" dated 1981.

The marble etching is mounted in the original frame that measures approx. 12-1/2" x 10-1/2" and the inside marble piece is 6" x 8". This Etching has exquisite detail and will be a nice addition to your art collection. This piece is in beautiful condition with some very light surface scratches on the marble that might be able to be buffed out if need be and some dings in the frame.

Thank you for looking!

Meet the owner of WrappedRoundMyFinger

Bonnie

BILL DEVINE ETCHED MARBLE ARTWORK SIGN BY ARTIST FRAMED


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