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LARGE FLORAL WATERCOLOR PAINTING SIGNED H.W.

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Size: 29 Tall by 21 Wide.

Composition: Wood, Paper, Glass

Rating: 8

Comments: This floral watercolor is painted on a smooth hot press paper with vibrant blues, purples and browns. There looks to be some small browning spots on the paper but the artists has painted in a brown, or pigment that has since turned a brownish, making it difficult to know for sure if the spots are from age or intentionally placed. The matt has some stain/spotting; both the mat and watercolor paper appear to have yellowed with age. The painting is signed H.W. in the lower right-hand corner. The back of the frame is missing the brown craft paper that once covered it. The frame has some wear, small dents and finish loss.

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