Lively and colorful pair of mid century watercolor abstractions of Montreal and Quebec. By different artists but framed to go together as a set by some Target-type equivalent store in mid-century Canada. Behind glass in simple but elegant white-washed wood frames which are structurally sound and show a bit of minor age-related wear. Prints themselves are in beautiful condition. Get these before Gretsky scoops them up!
17" W x 13" H x 1" D each
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