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Vintage

Abstract Gouache, 1957

William-Christopher Design

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Abstract Gouache, 1957

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1910-1950

Condition:

Good; slight wear

Materials:

gouache on paper/glass/wood

Damage Information:

None

Size:

2" L x 26" W x 21" H

Color/Finish:

black frame

Why We Love This

Abstract work dated 1957. Signed by the artist, however, signature indecipherable.
As described by William Christopher Design

Why We Love This

Abstract work dated 1957. Signed by the artist, however, signature indecipherable.

About William Christopher Design

In business for more than 20 years, designers William Tyson Burks and Christopher Ridolfi are known for a style that’s clean, with a tailored aesthetic, for traditional, modern, and transitional spaces alike. Their credo? Today’s design is all about the mix: old with new, pedigreed with found object. In their eponymous Dallas boutique, unique vintage pieces rub elbows with their own custom furniture designs, lighting, textiles, and artisanal pieces from around the world.