A Sign-Painter's Art, Paris 1930s

This tour de force period typography and paper samples, the likes of which has never seen equal, will be one of the hundreds of spectacular items on view at the METRO Show at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea, January 23-27. Loosely bound into five books, this piece, painted in the same hand, includes various random pencil notations "Paris 1930," can be seen on the stand of Ricco Maresca.

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