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Toucan Engravings, S/2

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COLOR multi
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 13" W x 20" H
ERA Antique: 1900-1910
MADE IN France
MADE OF ink on paper
SKU 77523295
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Mar 29 - Apr 03
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Located in Midtown East Manhattan, the Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center has one of the largest collections of antique prints and fine art in New York City. With a long and storied history, our gallery holds the distinction as the first publisher of Salvador Dali’s lithographs in America and has been among the foremost of the city's dealers in antique works on paper since its founding in 1928.
Why we love this
Set of two restrike engravings of toucans from the original 18th-century engravings by famed French artist Jacques Barraband. Printed on heavy art paper. Published by the Paris Etching Society, which was the founding gallery of the Phyllis Lucas Gallery. Each: 13"L x 20"H.
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