oil painting on canvas
8" x 10" in a white frame (20.3 cm x 25.4 cm in a white frame)
To purchase, please visit: https://www.etsy.com/listing/243811153/three-boats-in-the-harbor-original-oil
Where Can I Find Art? A good place to start is online. Especially if you're not sure what you're looking for. Randomly visit pages on Etsy.com, SaatchiArt.com, Sothebys.com, and even Craigslist.com to see what artists are making. You may not find what you are looking for, but you may discover the styles and subjects you want. And that's a great step forward.
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While New York City, Paris, and London are famous for their galleries, many towns have galleries of their own with a range of local and international artists. Art festivals and craft fairs are popular annual events that can sometimes travel around the country. Many artists have studios that are open to the public. Shows, events, and studios are great places to visit when you're on vacation too.
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This painting would look best in a space that is narrow or intimate. It would work best in a space that is red, yellow, orange, light blue, green, purple, black, white, grey, beige, or wood.
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