Framed Botanical Print "Forelle Pears", by Judith Baker
- Item Number
- Estimated Value
- $100 USD
- Opening Bid
- $40 USD
This fine art print of a trio of Forelle Pears is a reproduction of an original watercolor by Nashua River watershed artist Judith Baker. Small and sweet, the Forelle Pear is an heirloom variety traced back to 17th century Germany. Forelle means trout in German, a reference to the pear's blush red coloring over the greenish yellow skin, similar to the coloration of some trout. The artist here beautifully captures those subtle hues.
The print is framed, double matted and ready to hang. Measures 14" x 14". In new condition.
Item Special Note
Price is based on item pickup at the NRWA River Resource Center at 592 Main Street in Groton, MA. Shipping is available upon request; buyer is responsible for additional costs of shipping and handling.
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