There is something extra special about a vintage print of a vintage print. Sure, you can buy a new reproduction of this famous Toulous-Lautrec poster (which helped to make the odd but magnetic Jane Avril a star)…but it will not have the same charm as this mid-century version. There are minor scuffs on the aluminum framing and the paper shows age with a bit of coloration and creasing, but nothing that detracts. In fact, the opposite is true, it just adds to that aforementioned charm.
30.25" H x 20.25" W x 1"
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