Lot 36    

Lithograph: Summer Scene in the Country,
2005, Furniture and Decorative Arts / Oct 7 - 8
subtext reads A Summer Scene in the Country Pr by A.L. Weise & Co. Phila. Image of riverside manor with cupola and citizens partaking in activities around a fountain. In a black-painted wood frame; 22" x 27.5" (w/o frame); 25" x 31" (w/ frame).

Condition:  
Water damage lower margin, even toning, several 1" long tears, not removed from frame.
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