Abstract Watercolor Milton Wilson Oregon artist PacNW
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Sold Date: 07/26/2009
Channel: Online Auction
Abstract Watercolor Milton Wilson Oregon artist PacNWDescription :
ABSTRACT WATERCOLOR PAINTING BY OREGON ARTIST MILTON WILSON Artist Milton Wilson Period 1980s Country of origin USA Description Watercolor on paper in pinks, reds and blacks by Oregon artist Milton Wilson. Currently framed in a plexiglas frame. Can be shipped with or without the frame. From the Pulliam Gallery website: "Milton Wilson's painting career has spanned five decades. His masterful grasp of abstract expressionism has earned him a place in the permanent collections of the Oakland Museum of Art, the Portland Art Museum, Reed College, University of Oregon, Yale University, and numerous corporate and private collections." Please see our other listings for numerous other Milton Wilson works on paper. Dimensions 24" wide x 18" tall. Condition Excellent Shipping Shipping via Fedex Ground will be $26 with frame or $14 without frame. IF YOU LIKE OUR STUFF, PLEASE ADD US TO YOUR LIST OF FAVORITE VENDORS TO RECEIVE REGULAR EMAIL UPDATES ON OUR NEW STOCK! Please read all the "fine print" below. T's not much of it, and it's important! It is assumed that anyone placing a bid or making an offer on any of our items has read and understood the entire listing! NOTES ON SHIPPING:
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