This is a classic wall hanging--a Parisian scene, in very good condition, in an impressive wood frame with linen matting. Print on textured board, which gives the optical allusion of paint. What makes this piece so great is its large size. It's a presence on the wall, evoking not just the charm of another country but of another era. We aren't familiar with the body of work by this artist, Collins, but clearly they are important enough for a brass plate, so our hats are off. A great piece of vintage decor.
44" L x 28.5" H x 1" D
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