12 Vintage Hand Colored Lithographs – Mexican Designs by Norman Kamps
Copyright 1944, Mexican Designs , floral and pictorial lithographs by Norman H. Kamps . Each litho is richly colored and invokes an aspect of Mexican culture. Each image is on cream low texture art stock and adfixed to a brown cardstock all with matching serial NO. 307311 .
Labeled as follows ; 1. Guadalupe, 2. From a Talavera Vase , 3. In Mexico , 4. From a Talavera Vase , 5. Typical Mexico , 6. From a Talavera Vase , 7. Mexican vendors , 8. From a Talavera Vase 9. Mexican Women , 10. From a Talavera Vase , 11. Processional , and 12. From a Talavera Vase .
The front cover of thick art board remains, no rear cover. Cover edges are chipped and corners rounded. Images on lithographs remain clean, crisp, vibrant and richly toned. No issues noted on images, however corner chips and wear noted to card stock image backing.
10 ½ x 13 ½ inches each.
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