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Curtain Call - The Romantic Era - Toffee - 24" x 44" PANEL

Curtain Call - The Romantic Era - Toffee - 24" x 44" PANEL
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White, Almond, Tea-Dye, Ochre, Black, Buttercream, Toffee

Travel back in time and visit Paris, New York, and Hollywood during the silent movie era in this fantastic panel filled with silver screen romance. Four different frames are filled with movie posters, nightclub scenes, and views of Paris, with appearances by Clara Bow, Rudolf Valentino, Josephine Baker, Louis Armstrong, and the cast at the Moulin Rouge. With a limited vintage palette and postage stamp borders filled with crisp graphics, it will be hard to resist this love letter to a romantic era. 24" panel, frames are about 11", panels have 6 frames, from the 'Curtain Call' collection by Graphic 45 for South Sea Imports.

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