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    Sally Evans - Scarecrow from The Wizard of Oz Painting Original Art (1988). Sally Evans is an American artist that paints a wide range of subjects, focusing on landscapes and animals. She has also done a series of characters from the movie "The Wizard of Oz", including The Scarecrow, who is featured in this piece. Produced in pastel, this vibrant painting is matted and glass front framed at an image size of 13" x 19" and frame size of 19" x 25". In Excellent condition.

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    January, 2020
    12th-13th Sunday-Monday
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