This is a rather unique print of a lady with a deck of cards. It looks like she is doing a card trick. She is showing us the Queen of Hearts. She has long dark hair and is dressed in a rather skimpy off the shoulder red and black outfit and large red hat. Some of her cards are on an old carved chair that she is leaning on. She could be a dance hall or saloon girl.
It was referred to as "Card Shark" when I purchased it, but the only identification I can see is at the lower left where it shows an Art Co. in "Chicago." There may be more under the frame.
The wood frame has a curved design and measures approximately 13 1/2" tall and 10" wide. It has glass on the front, a dustcover, with both a hook and wire for hanging. There is a label from a framing company in Utica, NY on the dustcover.
The frame shows some wear in the form of scratches. I see a slightly lighter line at the upper right on the print.
A rather unusual piece for that card player in the family. Please email me if you would like to see any additional photos.
Item ID: PP-1343
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