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This Amanti Art Diane Romanello Golden Autumn framed art comes in a 15.47-in x 13.47-in size. Part of the Landscape collection.
Diane Romanello is a self-taught artist, whose scenic paintings are characterized by a sense of beauty and romance, inviting the viewer into a serene, natural world. Whether depicting pastel flower gardens lining a promenade or boardwalk, Diane's images suggest the memory of a treasured place.
Artist: Diane Romanello
Title: Golden Autumn Framed Art Print
Frame: 1" Polished Cherry
Mat: Pure White/Pear
Image Dimensions: 9.75-in W x 7.75-in H
Outside Frame Dimensions: 15.47-in W x 13.47-in H
Ready to hang -- comes with a hanging wire for easy installation
Gallery-quality acrylic glazing and premium-quality frame assembled in the U.S.A.
Long-lasting, fade-resistant ink on high quality lithographic paper
Paper is dry-mounted to prevent rippling
15.47-in x 13.47-in
Wood and Gallery Quality Acrylic
Made in USA
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About the Landscape Collection
Whether you prefer serene pastoral scenes or majestic mountain vistas, woodland wonders or abstract studies, our Landscape collection offers a fabulous range of fine art prints. This collection features art by Diane Romanello, Albert Bierstadt and Harold Silverman.