Vintage Framed Expressionist Oil Painting Woman Signed Art Gold Gray
This was an easy piece to pick up because we love everything about it. The painting has an expressionist feature of a woman looking to the right. Her hair is short and choppy and sets the neutral color palettes of grays, pinks, and a touch of plum. The painting is on canvas and we believe the medium is oil. There are lots of textures that give it a nice visual depth. It is signed in the bottom right-hand corner “C.T Reha”. Ready to hang, the artwork is mounted in a very ornate gold frame that does has some chips, but we masked the flaws with some gold touch up – please be sure to look at the pictures. This artwork was photographed outside any random rays of light is due to our photography, not part of the finish. A smashing uncommon good and home decor statement or gift! Please read below regarding about shipping information of this item.
17.75"W x 1"D x 16"H (OVERALL)
11.25"W x .50"D x 9.5"H (ARTWORK ITSELF)
*Measurements are in approximate inches & always using the largest point of the object.
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This listing may be for a vintage item or set, meaning there will be some wear signs of use and is common due to age. Please zoom in on those pictures to make sure you are okay with the imperfections that define the character. If you need additional pictures or have questions, please feel to message us. We truly love to help!
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