LIMITED EDITION - 1930s Schoolgirl Print

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LIMITED EDITION - 1930s Schoolgirl Print

from 50.00

Dimensions 9x12in

The 1930s saw some major shifts in fashion choices that were a direct result of The Great Depression. Up until this point, most outfits for children were completely coordinated. But now, children simply wore what they had, and hand-me-downs or re-purposed clothing was common. Most 1930s girls wore dresses or blouses with skirts to school, and teens were more inclined to follow fads and make their own fashion choices than ever before. Black Mary Janes were popular shoes and girls wore knee or ankle socks instead of long stockings.

The 1930s Schoolgirl Print is printed on 80 lb. acid free paper. Each print is signed by the artist.

The original illustration was created using Prismacolor® markers and pencils on high quality watercolor paper.

Framing options are below. Options include: 1) unframed, 2) mat-framed, or 3) matted and framed in a hardwood frame with 4 ply mat with beveled edge. Unframed and matted prints will ship to you in a protective plastic sleeve. Or, if you select framing, framed prints are shipped in protective packaging.

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