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The "poor man's victorian" architecture of small town america graces many main street in North America. This interpretation of main street shops in Langley, Washington, painted by architect and artist Ron Kasprisin, celebrates the memory of the grand Dame of Langley, Virginia LaRue, the heart of the community. Available as a museo fine art reproduction, 16 x 20 inches, on 100% watercolor paper ad on Chromaflex high definition metal, no-fade 65 yrs. Original in the collection of Dorothy Sjaastad, Seattle WA. free shipping in US and Canada
Signed Giclee watercolor reproduction, museum quality
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