Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 4, 1976 · Page 103
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July 4, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 103

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* * * * 1776 *1976 ART FORUM WEST Proudly Presents Our. OFFICIAL UNVEILING i B-anmu nmn v m ma mm FRAMED ORIGINAL REPRODUCTIONS ART FORUM WEST has taken great care to appropriately encase this exquisite work in quality framing. Each print is carefully placed under glass in a solid walnut-finish wood frame. They are ready for hanging in your home, office, schoolroom--anywhere, as a stirring reminder that America was, is, and will be forever, a great and vibrant country.! Each print you order is packaged INDIVIDUALLY and shipped ANYWHERE in the continental United States AT NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE. THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR HANDLING. THE PRINTED PRICES ARE THE TOTAL PRICE! Order today, but please allow 2 to 8 weeks for delivery. THIS SPECIAL OFFER AVAILABLE IN 3 SIZES to the AMERICAN PUBLIC! A BICENTENNIAL HISTORY of the UNITED STATES by the noted American Artist ULM y In this magnificent mural painting of the 200 year history of our nation, Mr. Nelson has depicted 21 historic events in life-like realism. Acclaimed by art curators as a brilliant, stirring work, it was originally unveiled before the American Revolution Bicentennial Administration in Washington, D.C. Since that occasion, Mr. Nelson has received many commissions including being selected by the United States Olympic Committee to be the EXCLUSIVE artist for the 1976 Summer Games in Montreal. Truly, Mr. Nelson's bicentennial painting is timely, its message timeless. It provides a montage of moments from the dawn's early light, through the cultural, industrial, and intellectual revolutions, up to the landing on the moon. The painting has universal appeal, enriching the lives of all Americans, while capturing the life and times of our heritage. Along with this painting, Mr. Nelson's other works and vast range of subjects are finding favor with art collectors from every walk of life; and prices of his originals are steadily rising! In fact, his works are proudly displayed in both the Smithsonian Institute and the National Gallery of Art Mr. Nelson is recognized as one of the top living American realists, along with Norman Rockwell and Andrew Wyeth. This exclusive first-time offer, at modest prices, is a fine opportunity to begin your collection of William Nelson's works. ART FORUM WEST, the exclusive distributor of this masterful work, is pleased to make it available to you as a July 4th special offer for as low as · SIZE PRICE QUAN. TOTAL | 8x10 $7.95 ea LJ $ t1lx14$9.95 ea LJ $ J 16x20 $12.95 ea LJ $ ENCLOSED IS MY n P e i i o n a l | I Monty check | j Order FOR TOTAL OF $ Include* shipping except for the following.... Add 6% SatesTax for residents of California · Add TSc for ·hipping and handling for residents of Hawaii ART FORUM WEST 12053 PARAMOUNT BLVD., DOWNEY CALIF. 90242 Please Rush My Order to: .NAME. ADDRESS. CITY .STATE 2JP_

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