Train Depot Watercolor with Unknown Signature 1967 - image 1 of 15

Train Depot Watercolor with Unknown Signature 1967
This Impressionist and Modern Watercolor Painting shows a Train Depot in the American Countryside or an American Small Town.
Signed in the lower right, I believe D. Barbieri and than it is dated 8/67 for August 1967. The watercolor is in very good condition with no damage except for what may be a water stain or water smudge right above the roof of the train depot, in the middle.
The matting has dirt and smudges, which give the work a rustic look and appeal. The wooden folk art frame is in very good condition, and the entire work is under glass.
14.5" x 21" (21" x 26")


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ITEM ID
depot
GENRE
American Folk Art and Outsider Art, American Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture
MEDIA
Paper, Watercolor
STYLE
Folk Art, Impressionism, Impressionist, Modern Art, Modernism
THEME
Americana, Mid-Century Modern
WIDTH
26" (66 cm)
HEIGHT
21" (53 cm)
ORIGIN
United States • American
AGE
Mid 20th Century
ITEM TYPE
Vintage

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