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    Nature Preservers

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    Price: 3,000.00 USD
    Contact email: guowenfang@gcad.us
    phone: 951-9720382
    www.Saatchiart.com; www.gcad.us
    Added 2018-09-09 09:33:12
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    Taking reference from a historical event when environmental poet John Muir and President Theodore Roosevelt met in Yosemite National Forest and initiated the national park program more than a hundred years ago, I picked a moment of their action and created a theatrical scene by directing a pool of sunlight on them. Broad brush strokes and contrasting color scheme were utilized to add stronger feeling of drama.

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    Name of Artist: Frank Fang
    Width (inches): 24
    Height (inches): 18
    Media: Acrylic
    Country: United States
    Painting Genre: Representational: Figurative / Other

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