206529 Meitner Meitner Meitner Meitner
206529

Meitner

in Acrylic by Paul Chambers 50 Artist Reviews
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Shabby-chic abstract painting size approx 60x60cms painted in October 2016. An original Acrylic painting on Winsor & Newton deep edge gallery wrapped canvas ready to hang without the need for a frame, It comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. Whilst I do my best to make the photo images as near as possible to the actual colours of the artwork they may be affected by computer settings. Delivery is by courier (signature required) So if there is a particular day that you would/would not like it delivered let me know. Otherwise it will be dispatched in 2-3 working days. I will donate 5% of the purchase price to Alzheimer's Society
W 24.00" x H 24.00"
W 60.96 cm x H 60.96 cm
Acrylic
canvas
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About the Artist

An only child born 1942 in inner-city Nottingham Paul spent his childhood in a tiny back-to-back terrace house with no garden, no hot water, toilet in the back yard and the bath hung on a nail outside the back door. He had little interest in sport or music but loved drawing and painting and dream...

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Beautiful colours and texture - a real treat ! So pleased with this painting. Would definitely recommend this artist - so easy to do business with. Will buy more !!

Submitted by Alison Walsh 21/11/2016