Green Day - Painting

Posted by Claudia Moser on 9:17 AM in , ,
One of the treasures found at the flea market, fits our green & dark blue living room.



Simples mas bela essa pintura. Um lindo quadro, Adorei. Abraço. Ailime

Que lindo quadro esse, encontrado num mercado de pulgas, Claudia! Parabéns! Ele enfeita muito bem a parede! Grande abraço!

I love this painting and the frame really suits it. Have a great weekend

That's a really fresh and cheerful painting - I love tulips!

Essa pintura remete à uma imagem minha do passado...lindo quadro! Um abraço!

O mirante da imagem

Muito linda!!beijos,ótimo dia!chica

Dearest Claudia,
Gorgeous and sweet green picture of flower♡♡♡
I wish you will show us your green & dark blue living room(*^_^*)
Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

great painting

Oh how lovely, Claudia.

What a delightful little painting, Claudia. Have a lovely weekend, and I do hope that you are now pain-free.

Lovely painting, it found a nice place to hang in your home. Happy Green Day!

Eu achei muito lindo.

I like it a lot! Good fine.

nice painting, happy green day

wishing you a lovely weekend

Wunderschoenen Sonntag liebe Claudia x

Lindo ...bj

Uroczy obrazek w odcieniach zielonego. Pozdrawiam.
Lovely image in shades of green. Yours.

@All - happy you enjoyed it, it brings me joy!

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