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The Widow, 19th-C.

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The Widow, 19th-C.
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The Widow, 19th-C.
The Widow, 19th-C.
The Widow, 19th-C.
The Widow, 19th-C.
The Widow, 19th-C.
The Widow, 19th-C.

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Antique; 19th century
Very Good; scratches in frame
Country of Origin:
paper/glass/wood frame
10.5" L x 0.5" W x 9.75" H

Why We Love This

A woman sits in sorrow next to a hearth in this touching and exquisitely rendered 19th-century Dutch etching. Titled De Weduwe lower center. Etching after a painting by Josef Israels, etching made by L. Lowenstam. Displayed in wood frame with light tan mat. Image, 6.75"L x 5.75"H.
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About Castles and Attics

DeWayne Butler formed Castles and Attics based on his belief that "it's all about the stuff." The thrill of finding obscure pieces worthy of greater attention and sharing them is his passion. He believes the world is a treasure chest full of artistry and that vintage and antique items have stories to tell. Quality offerings and customer satisfaction are DeWayne Butler's goals.