The Bonnet House Plein Air Series presents "one of a kind" original oil paintings depicting scenes at the historic Bonnet House Museum and Gardens located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Bonnet House (named for the bonnet lily that grows there) was designed by Frederic Clay Bartlett, An American artist from Chicago, Illinois. The land was given to Frederic and his wife Helen by her father, Hugh Taylor Birch, as a wedding gift in 1920. The Bonnet House is situated on a coastal barrier island consisting of 35 acres of a pristine barrier island ecosystem that make up the Estate. These oil paintings are 18"x 24" on canvas. Each painting is painted on location.  Each painting is one of a kind original with a certificate of authenticity.  Each original painting is listed at $350. The entire collection purchase price may be negotiated. Price includes shipping costs.  Percentage of plein air painting sales will go towards fundraising for the endorsement & support of the preservation of our natural environments for special habitats & ecosystems such as Audubon Society, Sierra Club & World Wildlife Fund.

Bonnet House Plein Air series

SKU: 21354654
$200.00Price
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