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    Quadruvium CLXXX

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    Price: 395.00 USD
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    My Quadruvium paintings are constructed with 4 wooden cradles held together with dowels.  They all contain symbols that have meaning for me, yet are beautiful when combined on a Quadruvium.  This Quadruvium has the most beautiful layered and textured red background accented with fine line work on the sides and edges of the cradles.   It fits in the narrow spaces that nothing else fits, or can be used alongside an existing painting to add width on a wall.  

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    Name of Artist: Pat Stacy
    Width (inches): 6
    Height (inches): 26
    Country: United States
    Media: Acrylic
    Painting Style: Nonrepresentational / Abstract


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