In the 1950’s, an art lover found some of his or her favorite works and lovingly decoupaged them onto wood, then carefully provided information about the work on the back. Touching. To learn about this painting, we’ll let you read the back because it seems only right. (See the photos). What we can tell you is that the condition remains quite good, and the feeling of being close to the art is enhanced by not having it behind glass.
15" H x 12" W x 1" Deep
As was his wont, Toulouse-Lautrec captured the work-a-day glamour of the Moulin Rouge. La Goulue, center, was the most celebrated can-can dancer of her era.... View full product details
On July 23, 1981, possibly in Seattle where it was eventually framed in wood with a double matt, this print was made. Was the artist... View full product details
Matted behind glass, metal frame, signed in plate and hand signed This is a beautifully matted and framed print of Umbrellas at Nikko, a lovely... View full product details
Can a piece of art give you a “come hither” look? The answer is obviously yes. This classic 1969 painting by Frank Tauriello is called... View full product details