DescriptionHorses Paintings Group of 2 (c. 1960s-70s). Little is known about this pair of stylized paintings of wild horses in oil on board, from deep in the Knott's archives. they are in interesting wooden frames, both decorated with a small horse in each corner and branding marks burned into the wood. Both measure 30" x 22". The corners have screws with which they were mounted to a wall within Ghost Town at some point. If you're a horse lover or a Ghost Town fan (or both), this is one interesting set of Western artwork from the Ghost Town archives. Minor handling due to public display; Good condition.
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