Paintings-art-cartoon-english-arts-crafts-lithograph-joh6218

English lithograph caricature of George Bernard Shaw wearing a long coat in a black & gilt wood frame with brown matting (Alick P. F. Ritchie for VANITY FAIR, "Men of the Day No. 1292", ca. 1911) (Similar to: JOH6219)
ITEM #
JOH6218
WIDTH
14.0"
STYLE
English Arts&Crafts
DEPTH
0.3"
COLOR
White, Gray, Beige, Orange, Blue
HEIGHT
20.3"
CATEGORY
Art > Cartoons Posters
$190 (USD)
In Stock
Qty: 1

paintings-art-cartoon-english-arts-crafts-lithograph-joh6218

In Stock
$190
Quantity: 1
English lithograph caricature of George Bernard Shaw wearing a long coat in a black & gilt wood frame with brown matting (Alick P. F. Ritchie for VANITY FAIR, "Men of the Day No. 1292", ca. 1911) (Similar to: JOH6219)
ITEM #
JOH6218
WIDTH
14.0"
DEPTH
0.3"
HEIGHT
20.3"
STYLE
English Arts&Crafts
COLOR
White, Gray, Beige, Orange, Blue
Category
Art > Cartoons Posters
Lithograph

Lithograph

A method of printing that employs a smooth plate made of stone or metal onto which an image or text is painted with a water resistant substance such as wax, fat, or oil before an ink is applied. The plate is used as a stamp to reproduce the artwork or text. It was originally invented in 1776 by German author/actor Alois Senefelder as a cost-effective method of reproducing theatrical works and remains a popular method for fine art reproduction.

Lithograph

Lithograph

A method of printing that employs a smooth plate made of stone or metal onto which an image or text is painted with a water resistant substance such as wax, fat, or oil before an ink is applied. The plate is used as a stamp to reproduce the artwork or text. It was originally invented in 1776 by German author/actor Alois Senefelder as a cost-effective method of reproducing theatrical works and remains a popular method for fine art reproduction.

Lithograph

Lithograph

A method of printing that employs a smooth plate made of stone or metal onto which an image or text is painted with a water resistant substance such as wax, fat, or oil before an ink is applied. The plate is used as a stamp to reproduce the artwork or text. It was originally invented in 1776 by German author/actor Alois Senefelder as a cost-effective method of reproducing theatrical works and remains a popular method for fine art reproduction.

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