|Artist(s):||Jennifer Springman, All|
|Media Type:||Paint - Oil|
|Added to Site:||4/26/2017|
AVAILABLE FOR SALE - $1398 +$20 FEDEX shipping (USA only). Original painting by Los Angeles based artist / graphic designer Jennifer Springman. "Delicacies" (2011). Oil on canvas. Dimensions: approx 12"H x 16"L x 3"D. Painted canvas stretched around box style frame. Signature appears in lower right corner. Provenance: This painting was originally created for, and donated to the 2011 Sea No Evil Art Show: Benefiting Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. "... an art show benefit to raise awareness of the oceanic conservation needed throughout the world, for the sole benefit of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society to continue their aggressive campaigns to end the illegal whaling in Antarctica, the bloody seal hunt in Canada, dolphin slaughter in Japan and illegal shark finning in the Galapagos". (Borrowed from the art show original description). As this is an original work of art, it is offered without returns. All sales are considered final. Thank you :)
$1398 +$20 FEDEX shipping (USA only).
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