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"What's Happened to America? (Fed Up, Had It)" Original Painting | Available Framed or Unframed

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Presenting a new original work from the studio of Philip Gladstone

"What's Happened to America? (Fed Up, Had It)"

  • What's Happened to America? (Fed Up, Had It) is an original mixed-media work on panel by Philip Gladstone
  • Made with acrylic and mixed-media on watercolor paper mounted to cradled wooden panel, varnished
  • Image measures 12 by 16 inches
  • Created in September 2020
  • Signed by the artist with his monogram (PG) and dated "2020", lower right/center; signed again with his full name and inscribed with the title on the reverse

Details about the available framing option:

  • Framed and designed by the artist at his studio in Maine
  • Double frame: 2-inch wide antiqued silver finish wooden frame with raised American flag design, over a black 'floater' frame (none of the edge of the painting is covered by this treatment)
  • Overall size when framed as shown: 16 by 20 inches (approximate)
  • Arrives wired and ready to hang
  • Frame made to order: ships in approximately 3-6 weeks (unframed art ships immediately)

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 Philip Gladstone is an American artist best known for his story-telling, evocative paintings featuring the male nude as subject, protagonist and muse

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