With a few fanciful strokes of his pen, French Fauvist Raoul Dufy captured the essence of life in Europe. In these sketches of a day at the races, Dufy captured the relationships between humans and horses, as grooms and trainers saddle, walk and wash their equine charges. Expert giclee printing reproduces the sepia tones of the ink, rendered in lighter and heavier lines that create a simple illusion of depth. Reproductions of sepia sketches by French artist Raoul Dufy, created in early 20th century. Carefully reproduced via giclee printing on archival paper. Mounted behind glass. Basswood box frames have a matte black and silver-leaf finish. Ready to hang, with wire at the back.