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Tim McGuire
"Cotton Candy Clouds Over Sag Harbor" contemporary impressionist landscape

2020

About the Item

A bright harbor scene with fluffy clouds filling the air in Mcguire's signature impressionist style. Artist Bio: Tim McGuire Born in 1971, Tim McGuire grew up in Buffalo, NY. After teaching kindergarten in Los Angeles for 10 years, McGuire moved to Florence, Italy where he studied painting. McGuires work has been exhibited in The United States, The United Kingdom, Italy, Russia, and Canada. As of 2020, McGuire lives and paints in Nova Scotia.
  • Creator:
    Tim McGuire (1971, American)
  • Creation Year:
    2020
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 39 in (99.06 cm)Width: 31 in (78.74 cm)
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  • Gallery Location:
    Sag Harbor, NY
  • Reference Number:
    Seller: MCG-0057731stDibs: LU389313636772
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