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Slim Aarons, Lake Tahoe

$265.00 - $525.00
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Est. Arrival: Jul 31 - Aug 05
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ARTIST Slim Aarons
DIMENSIONS frame size, 22.5"L x 22.5"W; image size, 18"L x 18"W
FINISH frame, white
FRAME DETAILS Alstonia scholaris wood/Plexiglas/white mat
MADE OF giclée print on archival paper
SKU 77445844
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 31 - Aug 05
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Slim Aarons worked mainly for society publications, taking pictures of the rich and famous. His subjects included American and European society and both minor and major stars of the day.
Why we love this

Taken on January 1, 1959, this image from Slim Aarons captures three young women in colorful canoes as they enjoy a day on Lake Tahoe. Printed on archival paper, matted, and displayed in a white wood frame, this piece arrives ready to hang.

About the Brand
Slim Aarons worked mainly for society publications, taking pictures of the rich and famous. His subjects included American and European society and both minor and major stars of the day.
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