Very Mid Century, very European, very perfect to go over our medium-sized sofa. Print of a very well executed oil on textured board, showing some age-related wear on the frame and a scratch in the lower right hand part of the print. None of which draws your eye from the beauty of the whole.
33" x 18" x 1.5" D
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