March: Threshing By Clare Leighton

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March: Threshing By Clare Leighton

Clare Leighton
43 x 46
22.5cm x 29.5cm
31633
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(Giclee Limited Edition of 850)
£82.00

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This is a beautiful giclee limited edition reproduction of an original woodcut produced to illustrate Clare Leighton’s book  'The Farmer's Year' (1933) a chronicle through twelve months of life on the land.  All 12 months of the year are available.Click these words to find similar printsLimited Edition Giclee Black and White Rural 
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