Watercolor on paper, unsigned, 14" by 18" (19" by 23 1/2" as framed/matted), American, dating likely from the late thirties to the mid fifties. It's obviously by a talented artist, considering the way in which the flowering trellis vine has been depicted. The work will have to go as anonymous, unfortunately. There is a Somerville, New Jersey label on reverse from the framing outfit, from 1959, naming an Earl Potter from Potterville, NJ, but I don't believe this is the artist's name. Condition is excellent, but inexpensive frame is falling apart (photos of it on request). A nice watercolor painting, but there's not a lot more I can add! SEE HUNDREDS OF OTHER WORKS NOW IN MY RUBY LANE SHOP.
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