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John Austen was a well known in the 20s-30s. He had a very distinctive style. The Egyption Revival feel on this is wonderful. As the name suggests, this lady is trying to run from getting older and has a look of panic on her face. ( No need to panic, darling- it's inevitable).

Many of these have a partial color pattern and a some are in black and white. I'm not sure how old this particular print is. The frame appears to be from the 40's or early 50's, the metal is showing small signs of age . It has a curious back on it- (shown). It definitely wasn't mass manufactured. The print is pristine with no waving or humidity damage. The dimensions with the frame are 10 5/8" tall and 8 3/4" wide. The image is clear with no discolorations.

Beautiful Black and White Print. Art Nouveau/Art Deco.John Austin 1923. Beauty Goeth Fast Away.


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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