7153392556 SKU: 7985
ITEM TITLE c1940 Jean Duncan MN US (1900-?) “Out of Operation” Watercolor Boat House Framed
- Style: Surrealism
- Condition: Pre-owned
- Notes: The painting is in good condition with its original frame. Some spotting.
- Region of Origin: US
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
- Signed?: Signed
- Medium: Watercolor
- Subject: Architecture & Cityscape
- Size Type/Largest Dimension: Medium (Up to 30")
- Date of Creation: 1900-1949
Here is this original watercolor painting by Minnesota artist Jean Duncan (190-1913). She is listed in Davenport’s and other places. This watercolor is signed on the front. The back has “Out of Operation” 1940 written on the back frame. The scene shows a boat house that is out of water, due to low water on the lake. The painting measures 22″ x 15″. The painting is in good condition; the only issue that I see is there looks like there are some brown spots in the “sky” area. The frame measures 25 3/8″ x 18 1/8″.
This would be a wonderful addition to a vacation cabin! Enjoy your investment.
I will ship this painting with the frame, unless you don’t want the frame. It will be less expensive to ship internationally without the frame. If you are interested in the painting without the frame, please contact me.
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