This rare nude paint-by-numbers beauty is part of a trio from the 1950s, though she has just been framed professionally at Make A Frame in Brooklyn. Sold separately, she stands alone just fine, thank you. The frame is solid wood with a distressed metallic silver surface that contrasts well with the iconic flatness of the genre. The painting is 60+ years old at this point and has minor wear in places, but nothing that is noticeable or detracts in any way from its charisma.
Please note that we are selling these three paintings individually--the photo of the three included here is for your reference only.
19.25" H x 15.25" W x .5" Deep
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