by Cyrus Baldridge 1889-1975 Framed.
Illustration for "Translations from the Chinese", by Arthur Waley. In this scene, A beautiful women is entranced in her dance as a man watches from the side.
Medium/Technique Lithograph watercolor
Colors Very good Slight Toning
Condition Very good condition. It has been very well protected in a frame under glass and stored for the last 50 years.
Width Item 6.9 inches = 17.5 cm
Height Item 10.6 inches = 27.0 cm
Framed Item 14 inches x 10 inches
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It has been very well protected in a frame under glass and stored for the last 50 years. It will ship without the frame.
Cyrus Leroy Baldridge (May 27, 1889 – June 6, 1977) was an artist, illustrator, author and adventurer. Baldridge's long and deep experience with the cultures Asia, Africa and the Middle East put him in line for important commissions. With oriental themes the foremost of which were the stunning 1937 reissue of Hajji Baba of Isfahan by James Morier and the 1941 Translations from the Chinese by Arthur Waley
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