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Fruits of the Red Pine Large Decorative Mirror by Persis Clayton Weirs

Fruits of the Red Pine Large Decorative Mirror

by Persis Clayton Weirs

Item No: 5386493064

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See yourself surrounded by the beauty of nature. Striking mirror printed with high quality fade-resistant inks. Size, 26-1/2"H x 18-1/2"W with a 1-1/2" brushed copper-finished moulding. Ready to hang. Produced exclusively by Wild Wings®. Designed, printed and assembled in the USA.

Orientation:PortraitBrand:Wild Wings
Height:26.5"Edition:Open Edition
Width:18.5"Framing:Framed
Depth:1.5"Origin:Designed, printed, and assembled in the USA
Product Type:Large Decorative MirrorDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Persis Clayton Weirs

Persis Clayton Weirs

Artist

For Persis Clayton Weirs, becoming a wildlife artist seemed only natural. Born on an island off the Maine coast, she enjoyed summers on the island and spent winters along the Maine coast where wildlife flourished.
 
Persis had no formal training in art, but rather she developed her skills through close observation...

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Description

See yourself surrounded by the beauty of nature. Striking mirror printed with high quality fade-resistant inks. Size, 26-1/2"H x 18-1/2"W with a 1-1/2" brushed copper-finished moulding. Ready to hang. Produced exclusively by Wild Wings®. Designed, printed and assembled in the USA.

Product Specifications
Orientation:PortraitBrand:Wild Wings
Height:26.5"Edition:Open Edition
Width:18.5"Framing:Framed
Depth:1.5"Origin:Designed, printed, and assembled in the USA
Product Type:Large Decorative MirrorDisplay Location:Wall Mount
About the artist
Persis Clayton Weirs

Persis Clayton Weirs

Artist

For Persis Clayton Weirs, becoming a wildlife artist seemed only natural. Born on an island off the Maine coast, she enjoyed summers on the island and spent winters along the Maine coast where wildlife flourished. Persis had no formal training in art, but rather she developed her skills through close observation...

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