Gino Severini was an Italian painter and mosaicist, considered a leading figure in Futurism. His style is marked by refracted, fragmentary canvases, such as in the Red Cross Train Passing a Village (1915). His abstract, colorful works have an optimism that reflect his headlong leap into the future.
-Museum approved reproductions, printed with archival inks on 100% cotton acid-free paper
Frame Moulding: All framed items are finished in a stylish and Larson Juhl frame moulding; these clean and simple all wood frames accent the art without distracting from the beauty of the image
Matting: 8 Ply Archival Smooth White
Glass: Premium acrylic glazing
-Print: 9.5 x 12.6 inches / 24.1 x 32 centimeters
-Frame: 18.6 x 22.3 inches / 47.2 x 56.6 centimeters
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