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This is a framed and signed print of Francis D. Millet. He was an American artist that perished on the Titanic. The print is in good shape and the frame is even antique and heavy. Mr. Millet's signature is in pencil and so is that of the printer, F. Hutto. 

The print is dated 1890 and is of two ladies seated in a parlor, drinking tea.

I may be interested in selling it at some point.

Category: 
Fine Art
Condition: 
Good
Medium: 
It is on paper, under glass, and framed in a heavy, antique, material. I believe it is ceramic.
Distinguishing marks: 
The artist's signature is Francis D. Millet and is in pencil and the other signature on the right side is by F. Hutto. I think Mr. Hutto was the printer of the piece. Francis D. Millet was an American artist that perished on the Titanic. There is other writing at the bottom about Rembrandt Head on Vido Street.
Date Period: 
1890
History: 
As stated above, this print is by Francis D. Millet and is signed In pencil. Mr. Millet was an American artist that died in the Titanic disaster.
For Sale?: 
No

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