Egyptian Theme 1


Egyptian Theme 1 by at Hartselle Fine Arts Center. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Aquatint etching by Egyptian/American artist Mireille Kramer, circa 1980, is an abstract rendering based ancient Egyptian religion. Signed and numbered in pencil. Edition: 150, AP. Image Size: 6x3.5 in.


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Aquatint etching by Egyptian/American artist Mireille Kramer, circa 1980, is an abstract rendering based ancient Egyptian religion. Signed and numbered in pencil. Edition: 150, AP. Image Size: 6x3.5 in.

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Category:
Aquatint Prints
Color:
Multi
Artist:
Mireille Kramer
Size:
15x11 in.
Media:
Aquatint
Item Size:
11 x 15 x 0 inches

 


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