This pair of mid-century prints feature classic Paris scenes, Sacre Coeur and L'Arc de Triomphe, in vibrant colors by Marius Girardo. They are full of life, just as Paris is and will always be, amen. We have just had them framed with charcoal wood frames at Brooklyn's famed Make-A-Frame, which ensures that they are pleasure to hang on the wall. A gorgeous mid-century pair, featuring the most gorgeous city, professionally framed and ready to enhance your space.
24.5" x 10.75" W x .75" Deep
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