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French Cèpe Mushroom Print

Le Trip

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French Cèpe Mushroom Print

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1960s

Condition:

Good; small ink smudge at upper left

Country of Origin:

France

Materials:

ink on paper

Size:

10.7" L x 7.5" W

Color/Finish:

brown/pink

Why We Love This

The most famous edible mushroom is the Bolet, locally known in France as the cèpe and in Italy as the porcini (Italian pigs compete for them). This print shows a red-stemmed varietal. An original lithograph beautifully rendered in the 1960s.
As described by Le Trip

Why We Love This

The most famous edible mushroom is the Bolet, locally known in France as the cèpe and in Italy as the porcini (Italian pigs compete for them). This print shows a red-stemmed varietal. An original lithograph beautifully rendered in the 1960s.

About Le Trip

Jill Mitchell has been living in France for decades and has amassed a collection of the best sources in Paris and Provence. (She offers vintage shopping tours in the spring and fall.) Now a part of the One King's Lane family, she's delighted to share her French mid-century school posters, a broad selection with many themes, found in the markets of France. New posters will be added weekly.