This framed pair of prints is classically mid-century and classically Paris--a winning combination indeed. Made by Franklin Pictures, they are framed in white & gold painted wood frames that add to the overall vintage charm. Printed on board, there is no glass and never was. Though in the same style, the artist signatures are different....a mystery that only someone at Franklin circa 1955 could solve for us. Luckily, mystery becomes them, they are a great pair.
35" H x 14.5" W x 1" D
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