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Sweet Street at Dusk Wall Art
Vintage townhouses, colorful hot air balloons and classic cars come together for a beautiful late evening scene illustrated by artist Pim Pimlada.
Sweet Street at Dusk Canvas Wall Art 18"Wx1.5"Dx36"H
A Pim Pimlada design
Sweet street scene on a light pink background is perfect for a girl's room
Digitally printed for unmatched color and clarity that's true to the original art
Sawtooth hanger attached for easy hanging
Hanging hardware not included
Show 'em what you're made of
Hand stretched cotton canvas over a 1.5" wooden frame
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Sweet Street at Dusk Wall Art is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by kwoodm from Imaginative Print!I bought this wall art for my infant's room 2 months ago and love it! The print is so imaginative, with lots of detail and whimsy. My daughter loves to stare at it when she's lying in her crib, and it makes the room so festive! It is a good size, taking up about 2/3 of the crib length, so a great painting to put above the crib. Land of Nod also packed it very well when they shipped it so I had no issues with dents or scratches. I also feel like it's a good painting that will last through the tween years, so I'm not worried about having to take it down any time soon for room updates. I highly recommend this print.
Date published: 2014-03-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by BetsyJ from Adorable and Stylish!I surprised my 6 year-old twin daughters with this new art for the room they share. They squealed upon seeing it. Budding artists themselves they were inspired to start drawing cityscapes and hot air balloons. As former city dwellers who now live in a small town, we can appreciate how seeing a great painting or picture can take us there instantly, or even inspire us to travel- this picture does all that and more!