ADDISON PALMER Original Acrylic on Board Painting


Shipping to United States: $199.00

Addison Palmer
Original Acrylic on Board Painting

Artist: Addison Palmer
Medium: Acrylic on Board, Original Painting, Unique Work
Year: 1998
Signed: Signed and dated lower right
Accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity
Condition: Excellent (This painting is a rare and collectable work of art. As such, it may show minor signs of handling, aging. It is guaranteed to be in very good condition or better.)
Newly Framed with ($1600 Value):
- Custom premium wood framing
- 100% Rag backing
- Acid free foamboard
- Spacers placed between the artwork and the acrylic for air circulation
- TRU-VUE Optimum MUSEUM Acrylic

TRU-VUE Optimum MUSEUM Acrylic
Trusted by the world’s most renowned museums, this state-of-the-art glazing boasts a virtually invisible anti-reflective coating allowing viewers to see the finest details in crystal clear color neutrality, while its UV-filtering, abrasion resistant acrylic, and anti-static coating offer uncompromising protection and preservation.

- Virtually eliminates reflections
- Blocks up to 99% of UV rays
- Optimal light transmission protects and brightens colors
- Anti-static protection that immediately dissipates static
- Durable hard coat protects against scratches
- Shatter resistance safeguards against injury and damage to artwork
- Cleans like glass – no special cleaners needed
- Proprietary coating is engineered for permanence

Size Framed: 22 1/4 x 46 1/4 inches
Artwork: 16 x 40 inches

Artwork will be shipped crated and insured

Addison Palmer (born 1970)
Born in Savannah, Georgia and raised on Hilton Head Island off the coast of South Carolina, Addison Palmer showed artistic ability at an early age, drawing and painting everything around him. Son of the painter Jim Palmer and nephew of sculptor Walter Palmer, Addison has creativity that was encouraged and nurtured. In 1989, he attended Brevard College on a full art scholarship.
After graduation, Addison Palmer moved to St. Simon's Island where he continues to live and paint today. He is inspired by the natural beauty that surrounds him and these images of the Lowcountry are reflected in his current work.

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