Boat in Panama City was painted by Katherine Jackson (1917-2009), our aunt and sister-in-law, who was a prolific artist, who painted from the 1930s until early 2007. She had her sketchbook by her side in her final days. She traveled extensively through the US and Europe, documenting her work which included pastels, pen and ink, watercolors and mostly oil paintings — estimated over 3,000 works. We have introduced some of her work and more selections will be added as her art is cataloged in the Katherine Collection. She was quite eccentric but a serious artist. She always found an artistic opportunity to capture. We miss her but her spirit lives on in her work and these digitally reproduced paintings, scanned and true to the originals, serve as tribute to her talent.
We hope you’ll be inspired to use this painting in large-scale format to accentuate any wall with artistic style. This Boat in Panama image pairs nicely with other boats she painted as well as coastal, Sea Life theme designs and Gulf Coast designs.
Since Casart wallcovering can be used on top of other Casart wallcovering, you may want to consider pairing this painted image with a more subtle Wallfinish backdrop that can cover the entire space, highlighting this vintage artwork as the feature.
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- 52 in w x 39 in h (15 sq ft)
- 64 in w x 48 in h ( 22 sq ft)
- 80 in w x 60 in h (34 sq ft) *
- 10 1/2 ft w x 8 ft h (86 sq ft)*
- 13 ft w x 10 ft h (134 sq ft) *
- 16 ft w x 12 ft h ( 192 sq ft) *
- * Images over 52 in w will have offset seams
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