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Framed 1960s Big Eyed Pity Puppy Gig Art Print
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This item is already soldFramed 1960s Big Eyed Pity Puppy Gig Art Print
Big Eyed   Pity Puppy   Dog   Animal   Gig   Artist   Art   Print   Nostalgic
The picture shows a view of this Framed 1960s Big Eyed Pity Puppy Gig Art Print. The print is mounted on a heavy paper board as made. This print is by the contemporary Artist Gig and was created in the 1960s when many Artists like Keane, Igor, Eden, Lee, Sherle, and many others were doing these big eyed or sad children, kitten, puppy, and animal art works. The image is of a young puppy under an abandoned pier or boardwalk. He is with an old Coca-Cola bottle and some sea shells. From his footsteps in the sand it looks like he came from the old abandoned building in the background. There is printed fascimile signatureon the front. It is marked on the two sides as follows:


SIZE 8 x 10

The frame is oak and the back is wired for hanging. The print with the frame measures about 10-3/8'' x 12-1/2''. It appears to be in mint condition as pictured.

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Framed 1960s Big Eyed Pity Puppy Gig Art Print

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