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10/17/2017 09:08 PM
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FRAMED “FISHING” PAINTING BY D. A. LAWRENCE

age: less than 50 years old

size: 17 inches wide, 21 inches long

composition: wood and glass frame, paper

rating: 8

comments: A framed painting entitled, "Holding Pool" and featuring a man fishing by a stream. Under neath painting are three fishing lures mounted separately and is written in pencil, "Rat patterns tied by the artist, "D.A. Lawrence". Actual painting measures 10.5 inches wide, 12 inches long and is sidned, "D. A. Lawrence" and written in pencil on matte, "Original Egg Tempera" "Holding Pool" "June 27, 1977". Condition is good with staining on matte in places. Condition of painting and frame are good with little to no wear. Artist is from Lunenburg Mass

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