"Butterlies in the Forest"

Max Karp


Title:
"Butterlies in the Forest"

Medium:
Enamel on copper

Unframed Size:
14" x 16"

Framed Size:
18" x 20"

Condition:
Good

Purchased Year:
1970

Purchased from:
Artist

 
Retail Price:
$30,000.00

Asking Price:
$5,000.00

Framed without Glass or Plexiglas:
2" dark rustic wood molding

Hand signed:
Lower left




Comment:

Small loss of enamel on top and bottom of the copper plate. Touch up has been done with acrylic paint. This is VERY minor and can only be seen close up. This is reflected in the reduced price of this work




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"Butterflies in the Forest" Original Enamel on Copper by Max Karp "Butterflies in the Forest" Original Enamel on Copper by Max Karp

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Unique one of a kind enamel on copper depicting several butterflies, mushrooms and a ladybug around a dead log in the forest. This is a very unique piece created with love by the artist. It was a gift from the Artist to the Mother of the owner in 1970.





"Butterlies in the Forest"

Max Karp

Title:
"Butterlies in the Forest"

Medium:
Enamel on copper

Unframed Size:
14" x 16"

Framed Size:
18" x 20"

Condition:
Good

Purchased Year:
1970

Purchased from:
Artist

 
Retail Price:
$30,000.00

Asking Price:
$5,000.00

Framed without Glass or Plexiglas:
2" dark rustic wood molding

Hand signed:
Lower left




Comment:

Small loss of enamel on top and bottom of the copper plate. Touch up has been done with acrylic paint. This is VERY minor and can only be seen close up. This is reflected in the reduced price of this work




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"Butterflies in the Forest" Original Enamel on Copper by Max Karp "Butterflies in the Forest" Original Enamel on Copper by Max Karp
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Unique one of a kind enamel on copper depicting several butterflies, mushrooms and a ladybug around a dead log in the forest. This is a very unique piece created with love by the artist. It was a gift from the Artist to the Mother of the owner in 1970.