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19th-C. Church in the Forest
$985.00
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CARE N/A
COLOR green/multi; frame, gold
CONDITION Very Good; minor wear to frame
DIMENSIONS 24.38" L x 2.25" W x 19.38" H
ERA Antique: 19th century
MADE OF oil on canvas; frame, wood/glass
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Aug 15 - Aug 20
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
Countryside Antiques, opened in 1978 by Tom Cottom & Mike Mayo, is a well respected & established antique gallery on the Mississippi Gulf Coast only 50 miles from New Orleans. The owners travel throughout France & England several times a year finding their unusual & outstanding selection of antique furniture, decorative accessories, art & silver--everything you need to furnish your home. Now in its 37th year of business, Countryside specializes in 18th & 19th Century French & English Antiques.
Why we love this
19th-century oil on canvas painting of a church in the forest. Displayed in a giltwood frame under glass. Many oil paintings during the 19th century were placed under glass to protect them from coal-burning fireplaces. Minor wear to frame.
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