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Children Playing at the Seashore-Edward Henry Potthast-Framed Art Print

Children Playing at the SeashoreBy Edward Henry Potthast

Image size:
16" x 12"
Paper type:
Art Print
$156.99
$78.49
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About This Piece
The Frame: Soho White
The sleek, modern profile of our bestselling Soho wood frame embraces modern to traditional pieces.. This bright white mat board has a crisp white core and is buffered to resist aging.
Material Type:
Wood
Width:
1.25"
Height:
0.88"
Print Size:
17.0" x 13.0"
Mat:
2.5" Crisp - Bright White Mat
Glass:
Acrylic: Clear
Finished Size:
23.0" x 19.0"
The Art
This framed print features a frame and mat combination selected to complement your art. The print, which displays sharp, vivid images and a high degree of color accuracy, is protected and enhanced by this frame that has been handcrafted in the USA from the finest materials.
Product ID: 11793591280A
The Artist
Edward Potthast (1857 – 1927) was an American Impressionist painter best known for his glowingly sentimental paintings of children and families frolicking at the beach. Born in Cincinnati, and studying art in Munich and Paris, he returned to Cincinnati and worked as a lithographer until relocating to New York City at age 39. Opening his own studio, he was a freelance illustrator for “Scribners” and “Century.” Soon painting full-time, his signature works were created during trips to Long Island’s beaches. A master at capturing the subtleties of color, reflected light and direct sunshine, Potthast’s idyllic works are replete with the joys of life’s simple pleasures.
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