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Our weekender tote bags are chic and perfect for a day out on the town, a staycation, or a weekend getaway. The tote is crafted with soft, spun poly-poplin fabric and features double-stitched seams for added durability. The 1" thick cotton handles are perfect for carrying the bag by hand or over your shoulder. This is a must-have for the summer.
Madonna of the Lilies c1905 by Czech Painter Alphonse Mucha (1860 - 1939); as well as an accomplished Illustrator and Graphic Artist who was a major... more
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Madonna of the Lilies c1905 by Czech Painter Alphonse Mucha (1860 - 1939); as well as an accomplished Illustrator and Graphic Artist who was a major force of the Art Nouveau Period; known for his stylized, ornate and decorative theatrical posters.
This is a retouched digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image.
When Ordering Use Discount CODE: ZEHPVN - Welcome to the Xzendor7 (https://xzendor7.com) digital art shop on Fine Art America. ***Visit My Site To View The Retouching Videos Of Some Of These Pieces At: https://xzendor7.com/xzendor7-videos/ *** I'm a digital artist specializing in using fractals to create fantasy landscapes, structures, spacescapes and portraits. I also have an interest in Classical Art, Art Nouveau and Art Deco artwork so you will find many retouched public domain images in my shop; with new pieces added daily. I use several tools in my fractal art creation and on my classical art old masters prints on canvas retouching work, which include the Fractron 9000 fractal generator, Mandelbulb 3D fractal generator,...
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