Very hip wood-block African art, but using a linoleum instead of a block of wood. These are all well executed but unsigned other than to read "Linocut." 1970s dime-store frames either add to the charm or are completely out of place. The choice is yours as they can all easily be reframed since the prints are easily accessible and in very fine condition.
15" W x 12" H x 1" D each
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As was his wont, Toulouse-Lautrec captured the work-a-day glamour of the Moulin Rouge. La Goulue, center, was the most celebrated can-can dancer of her era.... View full product details
On July 23, 1981, possibly in Seattle where it was eventually framed in wood with a double matt, this print was made. Was the artist... View full product details
Matted behind glass, metal frame, signed in plate and hand signed This is a beautifully matted and framed print of Umbrellas at Nikko, a lovely... View full product details
This small wall hanging features Paul Gauguin’s Arearia, mounted on wood and decopaged, circa 1950, by someone who assembled a small collection of masterworks (they... View full product details