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Pink was a perfectly manly color during the Rococo period, and this hard-edged lady chevalier is sitting down to tea only to await her dueling partner.

When I debuted this piece at SteamCon in Bellevue, WA, a customer told me he was pretty sure she'd already poisoned the other duelist's tea, hence why she seemed so assured of her own victory. I like this hypothesis very much.

This is a 8x10 archival print on luster photo paper. Perfect for a breakfast nook, dining room, boudoir, or cubicle...

Tea for Two french revolutionary steampunk illustration print

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