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VINTAGE MAPSandART
Bearded Cod Fish, C. 1830
$115.00
Qty
CARE N/A
COLOR artwork, multi; mat, white
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 11" L x 0.1" W x 14" H
ERA Antique: 19th century
MADE IN France
MADE OF ink/watercolor on paper
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 31 - Aug 03
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
MAPSandART fine art gallery is a vast art resource for designers, decorators, and art-lovers alike. Owners George Ferrari-Gonzalez and Katia Baizan offer matted and ready-to-frame original antique maps, antique prints, and unique works of art on paper. Founded in 2001, MAPSandART offers an expansive and exceptional collection of personally selected one-of-a-kind art on paper from Europe and around the world.
Why we love this
Engraving of two bearded cod fish by Pierre Jean François Turpin (1775 - 1840), circa 1830. Original hand-color. Displayed on a white mat with a gold border and fits a standard-size frame. Archival plastic sleeve and Certificate of Authenticity included. Artwork, 5"L x 8"H; mat, 11"L x 14"H.
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