GOLDEN SYCAMORE WOODS is a 16” x 20” UNFRAMED painting. This is a vivid painting as a tribute to fall in the Midwest. The sycamore trees are so beautiful when they turn colors. THIS PAINTING WAS HARD TO GET A GOOD PICTURE OF. The trees are wonderful shades of amber, gold and yellow, but the camera wasn't able to capture it. This painting shows sycamore trees by a field. There are rocks and grasses in the foreground. Some of the pictures show the painting framed. It comes unframed, but if you want the frame shown, email me and we can revise the price.
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