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Unframed acrylic on canvas board signed by Canadian / American artist Carl Coger and titled on verso "Cherry Hill #2 - Coger 311 Hill, Sheridan."

This nicely done unframed acrylic painting on canvas board is in very nice condition, with just a small speck of paint missing in one of the dark grey clouds, and a great example of the landscape work of Canadian / American listed artist Carl Coger.
Signed and dated in the lower right hand corner " Coger - 71 ". - Titled on the verso "Cherry Hill #2".
This wonderful west coast Oregon landscape painting would make a wonderful addition to any home, office or gallery.
Unframed measurements are 14 inches in height x 10 inches in width.
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Unframed acrylic on canvas board signed by Canadian / American artist Carl Coger and titled on verso "Cherry Hill #2 - Coger 311 Hill, Sheridan."

Unframed acrylic on canvas board signed by Canadian / American artist Carl Coger and titled on verso "Cherry Hill #2 - Coger 311 Hill, Sheridan."

Unframed acrylic on canvas board signed by Canadian / American artist Carl Coger and titled on verso "Cherry Hill #2 - Coger 311 Hill, Sheridan."

Unframed acrylic on canvas board signed by Canadian / American artist Carl Coger and titled on verso "Cherry Hill #2 - Coger 311 Hill, Sheridan."

Unframed acrylic on canvas board signed by Canadian / American artist Carl Coger and titled on verso "Cherry Hill #2 - Coger 311 Hill, Sheridan."

Unframed acrylic on canvas board signed by Canadian / American artist Carl Coger and titled on verso "Cherry Hill #2 - Coger 311 Hill, Sheridan."

Unframed acrylic on canvas board signed by Canadian / American artist Carl Coger and titled on verso "Cherry Hill #2 - Coger 311 Hill, Sheridan."

$125

 

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