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Grey Goose Pond, Greenwich, CT, 1975

Intaglio Antique Prints and Maps

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Grey Goose Pond, Greenwich, CT, 1975
Grey Goose Pond, Greenwich, CT, 1975
Grey Goose Pond, Greenwich, CT, 1975
Grey Goose Pond, Greenwich, CT, 1975
Grey Goose Pond, Greenwich, CT, 1975

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Era:
Vintage; 1970s
Condition:
Excellent
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
oil on canvas
Size:
20" W x 24" H
Color/Finish:
green/multi

Why We Love This

Oil painting of a goose and daffodils by Mae Marshall. Signed bottom left and dated on reverse. Inscription on the reverse reads, "9th rendezvous of perennial visitor to Grey Goose Pond with her goslings on Love Lady Island, Greenwich, Conn., 1975, Mae Marshall."
As described by Intaglio Antique Prints and Maps

About Intaglio Antique Prints and Maps

Intaglio Antique Prints and Maps has been selling original prints and maps from the 18th and 19th centuries since 2006. We do not sell reproductions or copies. Our collection, sourced in the U.S. and Europe, includes natural history, sciences, technology, fashion and pochoir prints, as well as maps of all regions and countries of the world.