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Moved And Breathed In The Same World F Scott Fitzgerald Quote Romantic Art, Fine Art Prints - Art Deco French Fashion Illustration 1920s
Fine art literary print with a beautiful and inspiring quote from F. Scott Fitzgerald paired with a George Barbier art deco style fashion illustration. (Sortilèges: Evening dress, de Beer (1922)
Quote: "I want to know you moved and breathed in the same world with me." The print is in neutral shades so will match well with most decors.
• Fine art print (UNFRAMED)
• Please choose size from drop down menu
• Choose either with or without a white border.
To buy framed please see here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/499419096
And for larger sizes: https://www.etsy.com/listing/538708528
About your print:
Professionally printed on high quality photographic paper with a beautiful lustre finish (closely related to matte) with a slight sheen.
Printed with archival inks to last you 100+ years without fading!
It arrives unmatted and unframed.
Please feel free to contact me should you have any questions regarding your order - georgia [!at] bookquotedecor.com
**I ship from the UK & USA for faster delivery and cheaper postage!**
PLEASE NOTE: ALL ITEMS PURCHASED WHILE ON SALE ARE NON RETURNABLE OR REFUNDABLE - DAMAGED ITEMS WILL BE REPLACED AS PER OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS.
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