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Art Nouveau Print of Two Girls and a Book by French Painter Armand Point. Named Golden Legend from 1897.

This is one of the most lovely paintings I have seen. Quiet, peaceful colors and delicate drawings of two sisters or friends out side with sea and mountains in the background, looking at a book. Exceptional work of art. Truly lovely.

Colors do vary by computer screen on this one. Tends toward olive green and golden colors. Giclee Photo Paper Premium Luster or Premium Matte menu above.

12 X 16 with small white border.

Mat and frame not included.

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Many factors help to make a Giclee print (a high quality print using an inkjet printer and fade resistant ink.)
Epson UltraChrome K3™ ink can produce archival prints with amazing color fidelity, gloss level, and scratch resistance, while providing consistently stable colors that significantly outperform lesser ink technologies. Epson UltraChrome K3 ink and Epson Genuine Media (paper) perform as a perfectly matched system that provides the industry's best combination of quality output and longevity enabling the display and sales of prints to the most demanding clients.
Fade resistance: 100-300 years depending on external factors.
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Art Nouveau Print by French Painter Armand Point called Golden Legend


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  • Material: Premium Matte or Premium Luster
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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