Lucia Mathews and her husband, Arthur, thrived in the Bay Area at the turn of the early 20th century and helped develop a unique California style of the Arts and Crafts Movement that swept America at that time.
Recreated with permission from the Oakland Museum of California we are thrilled to offer this limited edition digital print. In keeping with the Arts and Crafts Movement, each print is individually hand-colored in water color and gouache. Be sure to click the Additional Image for a close up of the incredible watercolor detail of the poppy blossoms.
About our frames: Dard Hunter Studios makes our Oak Park frames that are beautifully hand-finished in quarter sawn white oak . Prints are matted and backed with archival materials.
You may also be interested in the Dard Hunter oak easel stand.
- SIZE: 15.75″ wide x 23″ high
Dard Hunter Oak Park frame
- Frame is 2″ wide on all sides
Framed to order – sorry, expedited shipping is unavailable
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To learn more about Lucia Mathews, click here.