This picture is called "El Matador" and is marked "Brittini" in the corner. I do not believe this to be an oil painting, but a reproduced print on a heavy cardboard.
On the back it is marked "Windsor Art Print" & "Illinois Moulding Company"
Framed it measures approx 43" by 35"
inside of frame is approx 30" by 37"
in really nice condition for 40-50 years old
I purchased this from an estate whose decor was Mediteranean.
Since this is a very large picture, it will not be cheap to ship. I have to have a custom made box for it which is $15 just for the box. It takes me approx 3 days after the purchase to get the box and a few more days till it ships.
This will be a balloon package meaning the package is xtra large for the weight....
Local pick up is alway welcome
I added some notes below I found on a search. Please read. From searching these kinds of "furniture" or "sofa" pictures, they are being appraised at $100-$200. These were copies of original oil paintings.
Information I have found on Brittini
ARTIST: Brittini (Late 20th Century / 1960s artist) (California Modern)
REF: Semi abstract modernist painting by Los Angeles, California artist - Brittini. Listed: Davenports Art Reference and Price Guide, ListedArtist.com Rediscovered California Artists. Oil on board. Signed lower left, "Brittini".
I do not believe this is a real oil painting
BRITTINI --- Active in Los Angeles, California in the 1960s and early 1970s. Painted scenes of Spanish ships, modernist still life, boat scenes and colorful abstractions. The Brittini studio was owned by Britt Lomond, his father in law and also Loraine Miller. Worked in a semi abstract style and could be described as influenced by Bernard Buffett's line and geometric style. Many works were sold to the decorative market. Additional listing in: Davenports Art Reference and Price Guide. Signed works, "Brittini". Credit: ListedArtist.com Rediscovered California Artists.
The Illinois Moulding Company of Chicago was founded by Hungarian immigrant Herman Molner (1866-1951) in 1896. Windsor Art Products was the art publishing division of the company, who under license, would mass-produce original artists' works making "fine" art affordable to all. Herman passed away in 1951, but the company continued until about 1970.
So going by this tidbit of information, please bid accordingly