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Still Life...
Author: Page, Isabel
Category: Other Merchandise
Publisher: Self-Published 1968
Condition: Very Good
Notes: About the painting: Acrylic on canvas board. In very good shape with a few scratches and a few missing nails holding picture in place. Name of painting as well as the author's name has faded on back. Painted in 1968. Artist passed away in 2002. She was a long time art instructor in Burlington, Ontario where she was part of an art collective known as "The Escarpment Group" Additional photos available upon request. We're not satisfied unless you are.
Price: $500.00
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