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Hungarian art poster

A Keve Art Exhibition | Hungary | 1984

£200
description
Original vintage Hungarian art poster
country
Hungary
artist
Tichygy
year
1984
condition
A | Near Mint - Minor discolouration in parts
dimensions
58 x 41 / 23" x 16"
technique
Offset lithography
carbon footprint
Approximately 67kg. Read more.

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