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Joan Crawford - I Saw What You Did - Art Print (with optional framing)

£40.00 GBP

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This portrait is based on an image from the 1965 film' I Saw What You Did'. 

Joan Crawford is perhaps the best camp icon ever.  A true Hollywood star with eyebrows and cheekbones to die for.  Not only is she famous for dancing and acting career but for also having a long lasting feud with Bette Davis, where there was a well documented exchange of exquisite bitchy quips.  The film 'Mommie Dearest', a damning exposé written by her adopted daughter Christina, is iconic in its own right.  It firmly cemented her in camp icon with quotes like "No wire hangers EVERRR!".  

Print Only or Framed 

This print is available as a fine art giclée print on beautiful enhanced Matt Art paper.  Choose from a range of size options including: 

A4 (21x30cm)

A3 (30x42cm) 

A2 (42x59.4cm) 

A1 (59.4x84cm)

Hard wood framed options are also available in white, black and natural finishes with white mounts.  These versatile frames have a slim profile and are both classic and contemporary,  suitable for all situations!

Framing Details:

Frames are white as standard but black and natural are also available on request.

Mount size - 5cm boarder 

Mount Colour - Snow White - “conservation grade”+ sustainably sourced, 100% acid free, and will not discolour or fade with age.

Glazing - Shatter & Scratch-proof perspex with UV protection.  

Packaging - Eco-friendly cardboard packaging and will be ready to hang from the box.  

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