1930’s Harley Knucklehead

$300.00

This is a painting of the Harley EL introduced in 1936, which earned the nickname of “Knucklehead,” due to the shape of its rocker boxes. The original colored pencil painting is 11″ x 14″ framed and matted in black. Available at the Eau Gallery, 1429 Highland Ave, Melbourne, FL 32935.

  • Description

    Description

    1930’s Harley Knucklehead

    This is an original colored pencil painting from “Planes, Trains and Automobiles,” paintings of antique vehicles by Carol Ann Johnson. This is a painting of the Harley EL introduced in 1936, which earned the nickname of “Knucklehead,” due to the shape of its rocker boxes. The original colored pencil painting is 11″ x 14″ framed and matted in black. In addition, drawings are on acid-free papers and archivally mounted. Items are not framed, unless otherwise noted.

    Because this item is framed, it is available for pick-up at the gallery or can be shipped. Contact me and I will make sure that it is available for you to pickup. You can visit the Eau Gallery, 1429 Highland Ave., Melbourne, FL 32935 to view and purchase this and other paintings. Directions to the Gallery.

    You may also be interested in these other paintings of Planes, Trains and Automobiles..

    Stop by the Eau Gallery, 1429 Highland Ave., Melbourne, FL 32935 to see more of my work. Directions to the Gallery

  • Additional information

    Additional information

    Weight6 lbs
    Dimensions19 × 26 × 3 in
  • Reviews (0)

    Reviews

    There are no reviews yet.

    Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.