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Circa 1900 lithograph of "The Entombment" by 17th century Flemish artist Anthonie Van Dyck. The scene shows three men placing a body in a tomb; a fourth man holds a torch and two women watch in the background.

It is mounted on acid-free board and numbered 29, as issued. This series was released c.1900, commemorating works by master painters.

Mount measures about 13" x 11"; print 8 1/2" x 6".

This is a 110-year old original print and not a modern copy or reprint. I only sell original antique prints!

Condition & Notes
These prints are safely shrinkwrapped to a rigid backing. Glare, reflections and wrinkles may be seen in the plastic, but are not damage to the print. In the very bottom left tip of this print, the corner is folded under the plastic, not missing.

110 Year Old Antique Lithograph Print / Placing Man in Tomb / Macabre

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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