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1944 Escher Print, Encounter

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1944 Escher Print, Encounter 1944 Escher Print, Encounter
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"Eerie lithograph of a circle of people dancing and chanting. One side is comprised of hunched black creatures and the other side is of upright white humans. By M.C. Escher."

After the Army, a late-1950s European education, and a position as buyer and merchandise manager of china and glassware at Tiffany & Co. in NYC, Ron Schwarz moved to San Francisco, where we cofounded Ronald James, “the most unusual china store in America.” He went on to become head of interior design and furniture at the old Gump’s on Post Street until it was sold. Today Ron designs furniture, carpets, china services, and custom dinnerware for private clients. Still collecting and always upgrading, he’s on a perpetual search for the finest.

Product Information

Made of:
ink on paper; frame, metal
14''L x 19''W
silver frame