The successful French illustrator and artist Louis Icart was synonymous with Art Deco in the Paris of the 1920's, where the term was coined. In the 1970s, interest in his work reignited, and new prints like this one were produced.
Printed in The Netherlands, on thin board, it remains in very good condition. All it needs now is framing that suits your home.
19 1/2" x15 1/2" edge to edge (image fades to edge)
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