The entire picture, frame included, seems to be well made. The back is completely protected with paper along with a description of the type of painting it is.
The label states that it is an Impressionist Landscape, by Marilyn Hageman. It also says Marilyn Hageman captures the sensation of movement in even the seemingly still subjects of flowers and trees. Reminiscent of her major artistic influences, Claude Monet and Mary Cassatt, Marilyn florals are as representational as they are impressionistic. Framed in a traditional ridged molding with a white rubbed finish and single mat in white-plaster color, year 1999. You can always find quality stuff at Target for great prices. At my old house, I displayed these three in an upstairs hallway where no one would notice they were identical. Here, in my new home I have yet to put them anywhere except in storage, until now. Some of you may remember the post I did on deco mesh garland here
What a change, huh?