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Vintage

Sunscape by Emelin Etting, 1973

American Art For Design

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Sunscape by Emelin Etting, 1973

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1970s

Condition:

Excellent

Country of Origin:

USA

Style:

Modern

Materials:

oil on board/wood frame

Size:

43" L x 1" W x 32" H

Color/Finish:

multi

Why We Love This

Oil painting titled Sunscape by American artist Emelen Etting (1905 - 1997). Displayed in a wood frame. Image, 25"H x 36"L.
As described by American Art For Design

Why We Love This

Oil painting titled Sunscape by American artist Emelen Etting (1905 - 1997). Displayed in a wood frame. Image, 25"H x 36"L.

About American Art For Design

American Art For Design is a private gallery that features fine period American art at affordable prices. We carry works from the late-19th century through post-War with a focus on 50s modern. The majority of the works we carry were executed by American artists of consequence, academically trained and exhibited.