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Paul Blaine Henrie (1932-1999), "Mexican Mission" Hand Signed Original Painting on Canvas (30"x48") with Letter of Authenticity. Retail $7,500.00
Item #243983

$750.00
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Medium
oil

Dimensions
48 x 30
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"Mexican Mission" is an original oil painting on stretched canvas by Paul Blaine Henrie (1932-1999). The piece is hand signed by the artist and comes with a letter of authenticity. Please note that due to the age of this piece and the way it was stored, there are minor sings of wear, particularly on the corners and edges. Measures approximately. 30" x 48" (image).
 
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Paul Blaine Henrie (1932-1999) was an American painter and illustrator who was best known for seascapes and coastal scenes. Henrie was born Paul McKinley Henrie in Tampa, Florida. He established himself in 1960 in the artist community of Laguna Beach, California, where he lived in a hillside home with his wife and child. Henrie later moved to Carmel, California. Henrie became known for his watercolors and palette-knife oil paintings of California coastal scenes as well as exotic locales he had visited in Tahiti, Mexico and New Orleans. In works prior to 1961, his signature is "Paul Henrie" or "Blaine". Afterwards, he signed them "Paul Blaine Henrie".

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