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Framed oil painting on board signed by Canadian listed artist, N. Drummond (Nora). - Early west coast logging scene.

This framed oil painting on board is in nice condition, framed in the original frame and bears the original gallery label from the Alex. Fraser gallery in Vancouver, British Columbia.
The painting is signed in the lower right hand corner by Canadian listed artist N. Drummond (Nora 1862 - 1949). Also known as Nora Drummond-Davies she was an English, and later Canadian, artist and illustrator, whose work typically featured dogs and country pursuits.
This nicely done, wonderful west coast Canadian logging scene would make a very nice addition any living space.
Measurements are 17 inches in height x 23 inches in width.
Unframed measurements are 12 inches in height x 18 inches in width.
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Framed oil painting on board signed by Canadian listed artist, N. Drummond (Nora). - Early west coast logging scene.

Framed oil painting on board signed by Canadian listed artist, N. Drummond (Nora). - Early west coast logging scene.

Framed oil painting on board signed by Canadian listed artist, N. Drummond (Nora). - Early west coast logging scene.

Framed oil painting on board signed by Canadian listed artist, N. Drummond (Nora). - Early west coast logging scene.

Framed oil painting on board signed by Canadian listed artist, N. Drummond (Nora). - Early west coast logging scene.

Framed oil painting on board signed by Canadian listed artist, N. Drummond (Nora). - Early west coast logging scene.

Framed oil painting on board signed by Canadian listed artist, N. Drummond (Nora). - Early west coast logging scene.

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