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Size: 14"W x 11"H x 0.75"D
Year Created: 2017
Ready to Hang
This is a painting of Geronimo the famous Apache Native American. He lived from June 16, 1829-February 17, 1909. He died at Fort Sill in Lawton Oklahoma. This piece is done with high quality acrylic paint with blending mediums. Done on a stretched canvas. ***For a Limited time it also Comes Framed at No-Extra Charge, (the same frame as shown in the "In-Home" picture. It will be ready to hang right out of the box. Comes with my Certificate of Authenticity.
**Image all Right Reserved Corbyn Rhodes
I have sold paintings in London, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, New Jersey, Virginia, St. Louis, The U.S. Virgin Islands, Texas, Kansas and my home state of Oklahoma. I have over 20 paintings in online curated galleries. I have always loved to create. I enjoy the process from idea to the final product. I love being able to create in different styles. Sometimes I want to work in oil and impressionism and other times acrylic and something more contemporary.