Murray MacDonald (1898-1989), Original Watercolor "Burmis Tree Crowsnest Pass"

Original Watercolor by Canadian Artist Murray William MacDonald. Burmis Tree - Crowsnest Pass. Painting is in excellent condition and signed by artist. 

MacDonald's paintings were exhibited in several Canadian and American cities and are included in such public collections as the Alberta Foundation for the Arts and the Massey Collection, Ottawa. 

Artist Signed: MW MacDonald (1898-1989) 
Burmis Tree Crowsnest Pass 
Framed Size: 22" x 25" 
Watercolor 

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