Lois Salmon Toole
Original water color
Framed, 32″ x 25″
Lois Salmon Toole is an American artist who was born in the 20th Century. The maker’s first piece to be offered at auction was “Old Stone Church” at Gray’s Auctioneers in 2019. In MutualArt’s artist press archive, Lois Salmon Toole is featured in Valley Art Center Kicks Off 50th Anniversary Year with ‘Visionaries’ Art Exhibit, a piece from Cleveland.com in September 2020. Click here to learn more about this wonderful artist.
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Plate measures 18 inches round with a crackle border finish.
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