• New Yorker 12/29/75 9x12 Framed

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Juxtaposing the tabula rasa promise of a clean desk with a colorful inspiration board, it feels like anything is possible in the new year. Created by Eugène Mihaesco for The New Yorker, this cartoon captures the feeling of a new beginning. This premium giclée print is produced on thick textured watercolor paper made from alpha cellulous wood pulp that is acid free. It shares the vivid colors and exceptional resolution that make giclée prints the standard for museums and galleries around the world. A black satin finish frame completes the picture.
Size of Art: 9” x 12” (without border: 8” x 11”)
Frame: Black Satin (1.25”)
Top Mat: Conservation Super White Four-Ply Paperboard
Protective Layer: Acrylic (Clear)
Eugène Mihaesco
The New Yorker
United States
H 18” W 14” D 0.75”
4 lbs

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