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vintage Spring Song, Simon Glucklich framed classic art print, portrait, girl, bird, birch trees, shabby cottage home decor

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A beautiful and timeless piece of art to hang in your home.

The little girl depicted in the artwork is the daughter of the artist, Simon Glucklich. She was blind, and the songs of the birds would announce to her that spring was arriving. Some prints show her with her eyes open; others show her with her eyes closed, such as this one.

Almost monochromatic shades of brown and beige with her cheeks and arm tinted pink.

This is an original print, not a reproduction. It does have some damage, as stated below. It even looks as though a small slice was taken off the side of the print toward the top, but not enough to be noticeable once framed. As a matter of fact, it's extremely hard to see any of the imperfections when the print is in its frame. Please enlarge Photo 3 to see closeups of the creases and damage.

The frame that the print is in is just an inexpensive faux bois metal frame with gold detailing on the inside. It shows wear and tear appropriate for its age. (I removed the piece of wire attached to the hanger on the back after taking photos as there was no need for it.) Again, please enlarge all photos to see details.

Print framed under glass.

Finished size approx. 9-1/4" x 12-1/4"

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vintage Spring Song, Simon Glucklich framed classic art print, portrait, girl, bird, birch trees, shabby cottage home decor

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
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