ABOUT THIS PAINTING:
This painting was painted years ago, when my nephew Evyatar was just born, almost 18 years ago. Karin, my sister, was in Melbourne, Australia, and this is one of the photos she sent over. I fell in love with the colors and the peaceful feeling of this picture. Her and her first baby, swimming together in one of the lakes, this image is one of my favorite of her time spent in Australia.
* Name: Mother and a child
* Size: 40″ x 30″
* Original handmade acrylic paints on canvas
* Shipping “ready to hang”
* Style: Modern,
* Shipping 7-14 days worldwide
For any type of framing please let me know as soon as you place the order, this will effect the total price, depending on the quality and size of the frame.
THIS PAINTING IS SOLD
Your painting will be created very similar in the same style, color and size. After you order is placed, we will start working on your painting within 2-3 days. After finishing it within 7-10 days, you will receive, via email, an image of the painting for your approval. After your approval, we will ship the painting packed safely and insured.
- Credit Card
- Check (Work on the painting will start after your check is deposited and cleared)
Ship from: We ship from our studio in Manhattan, NY
Method: Regular Mail Service
Time: Usually ships within 7-14 business day
Insurance: By USPS
The painting comes with insurance in case it is damaged/lost.
If the painting arrives damaged in any way, I will refund your full money immediately even before you ship it back (after you send me a picture of the damage).
All paintings are covered with a protective layer
Don’t hang under direct sun light….
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