Tooths Kb Lager Limited Edit Retro Print Poster With Numbered Certificate
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<img border="0"><br><a target="_blank"><img border="0"></a>Limited edition numbered Tooth's KB Lager supper scene print hand numbered. 450mm x 320mmComes with numbered certificate ofAuthenticity watermarked with the oldsouthdowling st brewery and signed by theauthorisedreproduction house and the copy right owner.This is a reproduction of the original painting that is now held in a private collection.The image is printed onpremium water, fade and tear proof satin polypropyleneand is suitable for framing with mounting board or can betrimmedto suit any standard A3 frame.Shipped with a stiff 1200gsm backing board for protection.These reproductions have just been released and most numbers over 10 are available if you have apreferencefor a number let us know when you order.The artwork and certificate are number after ordering so please allow 3 days for shipping.You are welcome to pick up you purchase from Blaxland NSW or we will send itAustralia post..
About the image.
THE SUPPER SCENEA world away from today’s social gatherings,the supper scene epitomises the glamourand elegance of the 1930s.This painting is a depiction of the ‘supper room’ of theMansions Hotel at Kings Cross.The original painting was hung outside theYork Hotel in King Street, Sydney.The image demonstrates the differences in social statusand drinking Environments between thehotel dining room and the public bar.Although the scene is of a dining room, note the absenceof any food on the tables - the only offering is a glass of beer.A true advertising icon of it’s day!The original image was painted onto glass by artistTom Woodman and exists today as part of aprivate collection.