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Artist: Karl Soderlund
Vintage American Modernist Surreal Dry Dock Boat Scene Signed Framed Painting
By Karl Soderlund
Located in Buffalo, NY
Nicely painted modernist dry dock boat landscape by Karl Soderlund (Born 1962). Oil on canvas. Signed. Framed.
Category

1990s Modern Karl Soderlund Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Audrey
By Karl Soderlund
Located in New York, NY
Audrey Hepburn. Portrait. Abstract Feel. Oil on Linen. Sides painted black. About the Artist: Karl has been a fine artist his entire life and is well known for his portraits,...
Category

2010s Conceptual Karl Soderlund Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Paul Newman
By Karl Soderlund
Located in New York, NY
Paul Newman. Portrait. Abstract Feel. Sides painted black. About the Artist: Karl has been a fine artist his entire life and is well known for his p...
Category

2010s Conceptual Karl Soderlund Art

Materials

Linen, Oil

Grace Kelly
By Karl Soderlund
Located in New York, NY
Portrait. Grace Kelly. Has an abstract feel. One of a kind. Sides painted black. About the Artist: Karl has been a fine artist his entire life and...
Category

2010s Conceptual Karl Soderlund Art

Materials

Oil, Linen

Lauren Bacall
By Karl Soderlund
Located in New York, NY
Portrait. Lauren Bacall. Abstract feel to the piece. One of a kind. Sides painted black. About the Artist: Karl has been a fine artist his enti...
Category

2010s Conceptual Karl Soderlund Art

Materials

Linen, Oil

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Albert Einstein. Portrait. Abstract Feel. Oil on Linen. Sides painted black. About the Artist: Karl has been a fine artist his entire life and is well known for his portrait...
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H 87 in W 67 in D 1 in
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H 56 in W 56 in
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By Karl Soderlund
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