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Leslie Cope 1989 Riverboat Lorena Lithograph - Framed - $49 (Milford)

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This original framed lithograph by Leslie Cope depicts a serene landscape featuring a riverboat named Lorena. It is signed by Leslie Cope and is from 1989. The print is of a black and white sketch. The picture area is 12 inches by 16 inches. The framed is 17.5 inches by 21.5 inches.

Leslie Cope was a British-born American painter best known for capturing the rural landscapes of Ohio, New Mexico, and England. In a style somewhere between realism and Impressionism, Cope used watercolor and oil paint in producing his bucolic scenes of farmland and villagers. Born on August 10, 1913 in Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom, Cope and his family came on America in 1931 for his father to work as a ceramic designer in Ohio. He went on to work as a pottery designer, then as a camouflage artist during World War II. The artist died on April 11, 2002 in Roseville, OH. Today, Cope’s works are in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C., and the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, among others.

There are currently 2 listings for this lithograph on eBay on the day we list this on Craigslist. The asking price for the unframed one is $99. The framed one has an asking price of $125. So, our price is an exceptional deal and you get a chance to inspect the item in person.

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The address that I listed is for the storage unit in Milford where we stored some of our items for a time. We are located close to there. Call me or e-mail me with any questions or to set up a meeting. I prefer phone calls or e-mails to texts.

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