Great Depression - 1930's Los Angeles. Case Information Unavailable. 13"w x 18"h, edition of 10, $150.00
The fabulously talented Chris Crites has some lovely limited edition prints on sale. If you've wanted to own some pieces by Crites but couldn't afford it, now is your chance. Some of these are limited to ten prints, so jump on it quick. Prints are sleeved in archival bags with acid free mat, and you can buy them here.

 

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