Professionally framed print of a drawing featuring that classic subject, bathing women in the tropics. Evocative of Paul Gauguin’s tropical works, the work is richly detailed and conveys an entire world effortlessly. Signed by the artist, whose name seems to be Lavanco. It dates from 1943.
The aluminum frame shows signs of wear, but the print and the glass are both in good condition.
19.75" W x 17" H x 1" Deep
Companion piece also available.
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