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Bedu Woman by Susan Southby

Ruby + George

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Bedu Woman by Susan Southby
Bedu Woman by Susan Southby
Bedu Woman by Susan Southby

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage

Condition:

Very Good; light wear to frame

Materials:

ink on paper/wood frame

Size:

18.75" L x 0.9" W x 23.6" H

Color/Finish:

black/blue/red

Why We Love This

Fine, rare pochoir of Bedu Arab Woman, #6 of a set from a book titled Costumes of the Holy Land. Drawn in the 1940s by Susan Southby and published in 1953 by Dar Al-Maaref of Beirut, only 250 sets were published for the English market. This piece is very hard to find and most are held in University collections. Professionally framed using museum grade mats, backing, mounting and UV protection glass. Image, 10.25"L x 16.25"H.
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Why We Love This

Fine, rare pochoir of Bedu Arab Woman, #6 of a set from a book titled Costumes of the Holy Land. Drawn in the 1940s by Susan Southby and published in 1953 by Dar Al-Maaref of Beirut, only 250 sets were published for the English market. This piece is very hard to find and most are held in University collections. Professionally framed using museum grade mats, backing, mounting and UV protection glass. Image, 10.25"L x 16.25"H.

About Ruby + George

Ruby + George offers fashionable yet timeless treasures collected from the modern American West. Inspired by the small family business once run by the artist/curator's grandparents, R+G carries on their legacy of customer service, their eye for quality, and their love for history. We seek out a mix of authentic Southwestern American Indian items, heirloom decor, and original art to add beauty to your lifestyle.