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    Posted 8 years ago

    friendofvi…
    (22 items)

    Prints are pretty "roached" literally. However, they are very interesting. They are at least 20 inches tall. I think this may be student work but I really like them. Just thought I'd share. I have been doing lots of outbuilding finds lately. Fun times but dirty work. ;)
    Did not know how to classify. They are really prints but I did not see that category.

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    1. friendofvincent33 friendofvincent33, 8 years ago
      Thanks for the love friends. Hi Valentino97, "roached" in this case means that one is torn at the bottom. They have been in an out building so bugs have been gnawing on them... and one has roach poop on it! yuk! Hahaha. Thank you, for the complement though. They are beautiful and I believe the first is woodblock. I believe the woman who lived in the house was an art Professor. I will try to save them the best I can because obviously someone put a lot of effort in these pieces.

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