All this special mid-century framed print needed to be like-new again was new glass and mating, so we took it to the professionals at Make A Frame in Brooklyn. They re-framed it with the original carved wood framing. The print is in excellent condition, and features Venice, Italy, as the artist Amaroso saw it in the 1950s, with a charming sheen of silver and gold, accenting by a teal green. A rectangular shape adds to the charm.
32" L x 14" H x 1.25" D
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