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Frasier Acrylic Painting... The finest sitcom ever.  Hand painted.  18x20" (Or any size you'd like!)

Our Price: $433.00

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Product Code: FR-PNTG

This is an 18"x 20'' hand painted acrylic painting on stretched canvas of the so called ''Otterson'' painting copy that adorned the set of the TV sitcom great... ''Frasier.''*

Price is set on 4 day work time and supplies, not original design nor research.

Any size can be done for you, so please email if you'd like a full size as on set, or whatever your wall space would like...! Painted to order! The original onset painting was 40x45" and with frame was 60x65." Please allow extra time for delivery.

Frame is not included, but advice and diagrams will be sent, if desired for an accurate guide to the onset frame.

A fantastic gift idea for any Frasier aficionado. Hand painted by professional artist and includes money back guarantee if not delighted.

Just for clarity... this painting was never on set, and had absolutely nothing to do with the TV production.

The onset prop was about twice as large. Recreated brushstroke for brushstroke, a fun homage to the finest TV sitcom ever made! The photo shows a partial area, but if interested please contact for full picture.

Any size can be done so please email if you'd like a full size as on set, or whatever your space would require...

The truly inspired wit and comedic genius of Frasier so transcended typical sitcom faire, this piece is surely worthy for your home as you enjoy your wine and cheese hour, during your daily Frasier humour supplement. I remember standing before the magnificent painting created by the Paramount art department those times I worked on the show.

MORE INFO: The original, actual Otterson painting was used in the first season only, as one may discover on the dvd set, quite differed from the subsequent versions. The art department created their own version to replace the original Otterson. It was further enhanced in subsequent seasons.