This is a gorgeous mid-century modern lithograph by an artist we know little about, except the obvious talent on display in the charming work itself, and the signature "Wylie". We were pleased to acquire an extensive series by this artist, five charming European village scenes in all, in a variety of hue combinations. Buy one, or purchase several to hang as a series. They have all been expertly framed by the professionals at Make A Frame in downtown Brooklyn, in the floating style favored by museums, in black wood frames and black backing. Lithograph circa 1950, newly framed.
13" H x 10" W x .75" Deep
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