Pair of 1960s Floral Artworks
We found these amazing floral art prints on our recent road trip to Mildura, Victoria. We discovered while cleaning them that they are actually old magazine cut outs! One of them is an advertisement for goosberry-spry and the other is a story about a love affair between Mr. Carpenter and his secretary, which is dated down the bottom 1964. These prints are truly special as someone adored them enough to take the care and precision to cut them out of the magazine and have them custom framed. The frames are incredibly well made. The original paintings are by French botanical artist Elisa Champin and their titles are "Flowers of the fairest, pleasant and gay" and "Flowers are love's truest language".
CONDITION: This pair of prints are in excellent condition. There is minor wear to the frames. The prints themselves have faint folded lines. Overall they are incredibly beautiful and full of character
MEASUREMENTS: 27.5 cm W x 32.5 cm H x 2.5 cm D
Due to the age and pre-loved nature of second hand items, there will be obvious signs of use and sometimes imperfections, this adds to the character and charm of the item and is not considered damage.