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Harlequin Jester Lithograph

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Destination: Krakow, Poland

First emerging in the 16th century, harlequins were seen as buffoonish but agile characters. They were popular in theatre productions and were often used to entertain audiences with impromptu cartwheels and backflips. We bought this handmade lithograph from an art store in Krakow’s Kazimierz district.


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Details and Dimensions

Paper (rough edges): 7.5" Height x 5.5" Width
Lithograph: 2.75" Height x 1.5" Width

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