-Series ̈Amelitas ̈
-Title: Mi yayo
-Artist: Amelia Morán
-Printing on original paper of the publication "La petite illustration" of the 1930s
-Dimensions: 28cm x 19cm // 11" x 7.5"
-Certified and numbered
-The frame is not included
He taught me how to ride a bike one summer, my blue bike, a GAC with a blue leather saddle and metal doorbell, which had behind it a grille where my sister sat. The yayo, an arranger of everything, loves trains, made huge models and fixed the soles of shoes, his enviable memory, he still remembers the prices of things in each era ...
A great travel companion, I like to ride a bike, with his patience he instilled it in me... Thank you yayo.
This illustration was originally made by Amelia Morán and is one of the illustrations of her story: Amelitas, story of a little girl.
Afterwards, each has been printed on original pages of the French publication La Petite Illustration from the years 1900 to 1950. Thus creating a unique and original graphic work in each of the plates.
The drawing comes with a label with the text of each illustration and a numbered Certificate of Authenticity printed on adhesive paper so that they can be glued when framed on the back of the frame.
The paper I use is an original page from the French publication La Petite Illustration.
The drawing is numbered on the back coinciding with the number of the certificate.
The work is carefully wrapped before being shipped. Shipping is made from the city of Valencia, Spain. The shipment is certified and a tracking number is provided.
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