There is something intrinsically mid-century about Bernard Buffet’s style, but it is also timeless. We love this Buffet cityscape print on board. It is quite rare to find an authentically vintage Buffet print in this impressive size, especially so beautifully framed. It is large, gorgeous, and serious. The frame is solid wood, the condition is very fine. Circa 1955.
43.5” L x 29” H x 1” D
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