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Tony Strachan, Smoking Gargoyle

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A man lights a fellow worker's cigarette as they take a break on a Chrysler Building gargoyle in the 1940s. The print is set in a gesso and wood frame, which was hand-finished by craftsmen using traditional 17th century Florentine techniques. The frame is hand-painted in black.

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Product Information

Artist:
Tony Strachan
Materials:
printed paper/mountboard/ glass/hand-finished wood frame
Available sizes:
18" x 22"
21" x 25"
Care:
Keep out of direct sunlight.