Arno loved Paris, clearly, and why would he not? It is only the most beautiful city in the world. What his relationship was with Nu-Way in Toledo we'll perhaps never know. But, we know this quartette of Parisian landmarks is vibrant and charming and very mid-century. The condition is very good, with black-painted wood frames and few signs of age.
14.5" H x 8" W x .25 Deep
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