This enchanting print, probably reproducing a 19th century pre-Raphaelite original, was published in 1908 and I don't think it's been out of this frame since then! While only minor dings exist on the front of the frame, an old oak one finished in Victorian green, its back clearly reveals antiquity in old paper and string tied between rusty hanging loops. The beautiful print, itself - a medievalist portrait of a beautiful lady - is in marvelous condition, with colors and details still perfectly vivid; the lighter areas you see in the photo are just reflections. The work's title is barely visible in a white area at the bottom of the print, where presumably the artist's name would be found lower. Its date is barely visible in a white area at the top of the print, where I can see "Easter Good Words. 1908." Although I'd love to find out more, it would be a crime to tear into that aged paper backing which absolutely demonstrates authenticity. From England, this is quite a special find! Framed size is 11 3/4" x 16".
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