Franco Rubartelli, Vogue, April 1968
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Franco Rubartelli, Vogue, April 1968

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Exclusive to One Kings Lane: A breathtaking reproduction of the original photograph, this image by Franco Rubartelli was featured in the April 1968 issue of Vogue and depicts model Veruschka standing with Morafic, a U.S. champion Arabian stallion in Houston's Astrodome. Printed on archival paper, matted, and displayed under glass in a wood frame, this piece arrives ready to hang.

Artist: Franco Rubartelli
Dimensions: frame size, 37"L x 37"W x 2.375"D; image size, 30"L x 30"W
Finish: frame, white
Frame Details: wood/glass/3" white mat
Made Of: giclée on archival paper
Please Note: Because this item is made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
SKU: 77516742
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Apr 06 - Apr 16
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In 1959, Harry Soicher and Eduardo Marin set out to create a company that stood for quality, design excellence, and attention to detail. After two generations, their company survives and thrives as the modern Soicher Marin. Soicher Marin has a deep connection with its rich past, passing the founders' love of art in every handmade picture it creates.
Why we love this

Exclusive to One Kings Lane: A breathtaking reproduction of the original photograph, this image by Franco Rubartelli was featured in the April 1968 issue of Vogue and depicts model Veruschka standing with Morafic, a U.S. champion Arabian stallion in Houston's Astrodome. Printed on archival paper, matted, and displayed under glass in a wood frame, this piece arrives ready to hang.

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In 1959, Harry Soicher and Eduardo Marin set out to create a company that stood for quality, design excellence, and attention to detail. After two generations, their company survives and thrives as the modern Soicher Marin. Soicher Marin has a deep connection with its rich past, passing the founders' love of art in every handmade picture it creates.