Max Slevogt:
Painting "Sailboats on the Alster in the Evening" (1905), Framed

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Max Slevogt:
Painting "Sailboats on the Alster in the Evening" (1905), Framed

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Limited, 499 copies | Certificate | Reproduction, giclee on canvas | On a stretcher | Framed | Format ca. 58 x 72 cm (H/W)

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Max Slevogt: Painting "Sailboats on the Alster in the Evening" (1905), Framed

Original: 1905, Oil on canvas 58.5 x 76 cm, Museum Berlin, SMB, National Gallery.

High-quality fine art giclee museum reproduction in 7 colors on artist cotton canvas. Like an original painting mounted on a wooden stretcher (adjustable for stretching by wedges). Noble museum frame white with gold edge, patinated in gray. Limited edition of 499 copies. With a certificate. Format framed approx. 58 x 72 cm (H / W).

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