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LISTED Signed Mario Ferdelba European Art Street Scene " Painting Italy #1

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FREE SHIPPING WITHIN THE USA ONLY, I WILL SHIP WORLDWIDE AT BUYERS EXPENSE FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION IS A ORIGINAL, RARE OIL PAINTING BY THE HIGHLY ACCLAIMED ARTIST MARIO FERDELBA "UNTITLED/ EUROPEAN STREET SCENE " Woman Walking Down The Street" Mario Ferdelba is a 20th Century a contemporary Italian artist, was born in Naples, Italy famous for his street scenes of Naples and Florence, Italy as well as Paris, France. He often incorporates market scenes and always with a good bit of color. Ferdelba is extremely talented and his unique distinctive brush strokes are very impressionistic and expressionistic. He brings the paintings to life. This painting is believed to date circa 1950's. The painting is signed Ferdelba in the lower right hand corner. The painting is an oil on canvas with wooden stretchers. Frame is handpainted white and gold on a wood frame. ITEM IS MEASURES 12" BY 16" INCHES WITH FRAME MEASURES 16 1/4" BY 20 1/4" INCHES PROFESSIONALLY FRAMED by Thor Solberg Thor Solberg (born 1893 , died 1967 ) was a Norwegian fly pioner. Thor Solberg Simonsen was from farm Solberg ร…rebrot in Flora . He took pilot's license in 1919 and became one of the country's major aviation pioneers. Following the advice of his friend Roald Amundsen. Thor Solberg, a thirty-nine-year-old Norwegian who had come to America in 1928, had been working at a picture frame factory in Brooklyn then starting his owmpicture framing business - and saving every penny to realize his dream of establishing an air-route from New York to Norway. In 1935 he completed the first trans-Atlantic flight USA - Norway with amphibian "Leiv Eiriksson". Thor Solberg started flight school in the USA and built its own airport at New York . During World War II he trained over 2000 war pilots.
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