A woman watches as her portrait is painted by another. This is a late 19th to early 20th century stone lithograph someone has almost completely painted over with oil paint. The print was laid down on a wood plank. I do see a single spot of missing paint at the edge of girls easel. I see no other scratches or restorations. (Please see pictures) Highly detailed without a signature. On the verso is a paper tag that says, ‘ohne genehmigung des urhebers nach dem gemälde von B. Dautier.’ The print measures 6 inches tall and 8 inches wide. Set in a 1970’s gold frame that measures 10 inches tall and 12 inches wide. This type of enhance print was used to fool people thinking they were purchasing a original. Most people who do not know art would think this to be a real painting. These have become highly collectable and are ever increasing in value.
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Inside View of a Portrait Studio Stone Lithograph Print Highly Enhanced Oil Painting On Wood Plank 20th Century