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Drypoint Etching of a Fashionable Young Couple
French Art Deco era drypoint and aquatint etching of an extravagantly dressed young couple enjoying a night out on the town.
The top-hatted and dark suited gentleman is paying attention to the young lady who is rather coyly looking away from him and directly at the viewer.
Both are dressed to kill, the full skirt of her backless evening dress embelished with large red flowers.
Signed in pencil at bottom right with a signature we don't recognise but looks to read something along the lines of Lofugie
Framed and glazed, the overall size being approximately 56 by a little over 44 cm.