Much of how we picture women in the 1920s is thanks to the artistic eye of Earl Christy, whose paintings of flapper girls and early Hollywood starlets graced many a magazine cover in the early days of the 20th Century. This framed print features a pretty blond with pearls and an enchanted gaze, as if watching a fun scene she's about to go join. Frame is wood, and can either be propped up or hung on the wall. All is in very good condition. Quite a charmer.
11.5" H x 10" W x 1" D
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