Pen-and-ink drawings from 19th century Parisian newspapers provided the basis for these intriguing giclee prints. Celebrating the enduring wit of journalism's editorial artwork, each whimsical print offers a playful portrayal of human action and character. Based on copperplates of pen-and-ink drawings circa 1880. Giclee printing creates expert reproductions that faithfully re-create the detail of original artwork. Printed on archival paper. Mounted behind glass in solid basswood frames with a java-tone finish and embossed detailing. Ready to hang with sawtooth hardware and wire at the back. 13" x 17" overall (image 5" x 2 1/2"). Print and frame made in USA.