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Original matted, framed gouache landscape painting of Independence in Galilee, 9x11

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One of southern New England's most interesting fishing ports is in Galilee, R.I. This gouache watercolor landscape shows commercial and recreational boats tied to their moorings. The old and the new boats lined next to each other intrigued me. Painted on site over a pen and ink drawing, the details are authentic.
> mounted on archival a cool and a warm grey matt board.
> two matt tones connect well with the warm and cool tones of the painting.
> Derwent acid free 94 Pound paper
> artwork and thin quarter inch black frame measures 9x11.5
> black frame connects to the pen work in the piece


This artwork would be valued by anyone who loves the ocean, fishing, Rhode Island, or New England.

Signed on the lower right hand corner by the artist.

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Original matted, framed gouache landscape painting of Independence in Galilee, 9x11


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: gouache, pen and ink, windsor and newton paint, inch and a half light wood frame, pen, ink, archival matts, glass pane, Derwent acid free 94 Pound paper, light, water, water pen
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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  • Favorited by: 101 people