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Felix Lucas, Geometric Circle
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ARTIST Felix Lucas
DIMENSIONS 18" x 18" each
FINISH contemporary white
FRAME DETAILS wedge
MADE OF Epson ink on fine-art paper
PLEASE NOTE Because this item is made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
SET OF 6
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Aug 02 - Aug 07
RETURNS You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. This item is returnable within 14 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
London-based William Stafford Gallery is a treasure trove of fine-art prints, contemporary black-and-white photography, sepia photography, and works in color. By commissioning artists and photographers and then controlling all aspects of print production, the gallery ensures a consistently exceptional quality. Through collaborations with master framemakers, it offers new and refreshing presentation ideas in step with today's design trends.
Why we love this

These colorful prints are taken from hand-drawn ink designs by artist Felix Lucas. We love how they manage to feel exciting and contemporary while retaining an undeniable sophistication. Spread them throughout a space to create a sense of cohesion, or place them together for a gallery-inspired look. Each print is set in a crisp white frame and arrives ready to hang.

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