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Shakespeare Print, 1791
$199.00
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COLOR black/white; frame, gold
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 14.5" L x 18" H
ERA Antique: 18th century
MADE OF ink on paper; frame, wood/glass
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 13 - Jul 18
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An antique print is a dazzling way to add a sense of history to your surroundings. And when the print is impeccably framed, you add elegance to a wall. Vintage Print Gallery's collection is impressive not just in the quality of its offerings but also in its breadth, which ranges from 18th-century botanical studies to 19th-century equestrian chromolithographs and fashion illustrations from the early-20th century.
Why we love this
Steel-plate engraving of a painting taken from the "Shakespeare Gallery," published on Dec 1st, 1795 by J. & J. Boydell. Engraved by James Filtler and originally painted by F. Legat. Print displays a scene from All's Well That Ends Well titled "Countess of Rousillon & Helena" from Act 1, Scene 3. Displayed in a wood frame with a cream mat behind glass.
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