Vintage Moth Wall Art

Vintage Moth Wall Art

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A delicate gouache rendering a colorful Sphinx moth is expertly reproduced atop an antique natural history journal title plate, the original imperfections bringing a time worn patina. Giclée print in vintage gold frame.
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Giclee print on vintage title page in wooden gold frame.

Handcrafted.

Dust with a soft, dry cloth.

13"W x 17"H

Made in the USA.

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