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Vintage

Churchyard by Gerald Brommer

Verdigris

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Churchyard by Gerald Brommer
Churchyard by Gerald Brommer
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Churchyard by Gerald Brommer
Churchyard by Gerald Brommer
Churchyard by Gerald Brommer
Churchyard by Gerald Brommer

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage
Condition:
Excellent
Materials:
watercolor on paper/glass/wood
Size:
29.5" L x 23.5" H
Color/Finish:
green/gold/multi

Why We Love This

Quietly stunning watercolor on artist's paper of a churchyard by noted watercolorist, Gerald Brommer (1927-). Brommer is internationally noted as a painter, teacher, author, and juror. Signed lower right and handsomely triple-matted in a classic giltwood frame. Image, 21.5"L x 14.5"H.
As described by Verdigris

About Verdigris

Housed in a late 19th-century feed warehouse, Verdigris is home to a trove of eclectic, unique and timeless pieces. With over 25 years in the high-end fashion industry, Manhattanite Kimberly Elias turned her stylist's approach to interior design and antiques. As a source for the beautiful, the classic and the unusual, Verdigris' inventory covers a variety of periods and styles, all tied by the threads of excellence in proportion, design, and quality.