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Painted Ponies original, vintage screenprint of zebras by Gail Holliday, 1972

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Description

Date: 1972
Size: 32" x 32"
Medium: Screenprint on paper
Signed by the artist

This Pop Art style print depicts a pair of zebras against a vivid blue and green background. My amateur photography can't convey the brightness and texture of the colors. In this print, Gail used a particularly challenging screenprinting technique in which one color fades into another. Because of its difficulty, you don't often see color fades in screenprinting.


This is a vintage item, so there may be minor discoloration or other signs of age. All prints have seen stored in a flat file for many years, so they are free of dust and dirt.

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Painted Ponies original, vintage screenprint of zebras by Gail Holliday, 1972

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$175.00

Overview

  • Vintage handmade item from the 1970s
  • Height: 32 Inches
  • Width: 32 Inches
  • Materials: screenprint, serigraph
  • Feedback: 8 reviews
  • Favorited by: 3 people
  • Gift message available

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