Antique Mt. Rainier Washington Wa Oil Painting UpdykeDescription :
***SHIPPING INFO*** I usually ship larger & heavier items with FedEx ground because they are very careful with the packages in their care and they usually beat the others in shipping prices. I will look for the best price after the auction ends. I gave an shipping estimate of $35.00 but it may be less after I am finished packing it. I may need to purchase some Styrofoam board and that will be included in the shipping quote given. If it runs over my estimate, I will pay the rest. Now on to the description: This fabulous oil on board painting is signed Updyke in the lower left corner and the artists full name was Leroy Dayton Updyke (1876-1959). Mr. Updyke is well listed and known for his paintings of Northwestern United States landscapes and especially his paintings of Mount Rainier located in western Washington State. This is a very large painting with the frame measuring 39 1/2 in. wide x 27 3/4 in. tall and the painting itself measures 36 1/4 in. wide x 24 1/4 in. tall. It is a wonderful & stunning painting and I hate to part with it but that is the way it goes. T are a couple of small scrapes to the painted surface but they are not that big of a deal and should be easy to have touched up. The worst one measures approx. 3/8 in. x 1/4 in, (see picture). The frame is original and I believe that this work dates to around the 1920's. Have a good look and thanks for stopping by to see it.Shipping :
I offer all forms of shipping (First class, parcel post, and for heavier-larger items FEDX & Greyhound) if the winning bidder requests it. Buyer pays all shipping and insurance.Payment :
***SALES WITHIN THE STATE OF WASHINGTON WILL BE SUBJECT TO SALES TAX WHICH WILL BE APPLIED TO THE TOTAL UNLESS A TAX EXEMPT NUMBER IS PROVIDED.*** Payment is expected within 7 days after the auction ends. Thank you.
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