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Lot 0133
Artist: Jay Schmidt | b. 1929 | The Old Home Place
Title: The Old Home Place
Signed: l/l Jay Schmidt
Medium: Gouache on illustration board
Dimensions: 8 by 16 inches


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Condition


Condition:Very Good
This work is in very good condition. To the unaided eye there are no issues. Under ultraviolet light, there are no apparent signs of restoration or repair. The frame is dark stained wood with a linen liner, and a dark stained wood fillet. The frame is in good condition with normal wear. Verso: [in ink on backing] #336; sprayed.

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Jay Schmidt | The Old Home Place

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345 Camino Del Monte Sol
Santa Fe, NM 87501
United States
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