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Abstract painting done by Long Island artist Uncle Frank Verni. Verni was a self taught and often mixed Elmer's glue with oil paint to create a thick impasto texture. Titled on verso. Displayed in a period wood frame. Includes a reprint of the New York Times article and review from the first show of Verni's works. Canvas, 24"H x 30"W.
About the Seller
Horsefeathers Antiques owners Steve and Judy Ball have been full time antiques dealers for the past 30 years. Locally known in Kansas City as "The Balls," they have long been a source for beginning and advanced collectors, dealers, and designers alike. Whether from the 1690's or the 1990's, the Horsefeathers inventory reflects an appreciation for design, quality, and uniqueness.
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- oil on canvas/wood frame
- 34.5" L x 2" W x 28.5" H