-Title: My favorite tool
-Artist: Amelia Morán
-Print on original paper of the publication "La petite illustration" from the 1930s
-Dimensions: 28cm x 19cm // 11 "x 7.5"
-Certified and numbered
-The frame is not included
MY FAVORITE TOOL
A pencil ... yes, that's it, with it you can make many drawings and write. I was one of those who stuck his nose in the shop window of the art shops where they exposed those majestic boxes full of colored pencils. It was like a treasure, it recreated me, it filled me with emotion, of desire to have them while the rest of children drool in the same way in the store of the cachuches ... Those were my chuches and still I do it.
This illustration was originally made by Amelia Morán and is one of the illustrations in her story: Amelitas, Story of a Little Girl.
Afterwards, each one 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 on each of the plates.
The drawing comes with a label with the text of each illustration and a Certificate of Authenticity numbered and 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 it is sent. The shipment is made from the city of Valencia, Spain. Shipping is registered and tracking number is provided.
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