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EVA Wall Art Framed Print
Wall Art

Pricing By Style and Size

Poster Wall Decal Mounted Print Canvas Art Framed Print
11" x 16" $9 $12 $20 $64 $69
17" x 24" $14 $16 $29 $100 $99
23" x 32" $19 $24 $43 $149 $129
28" x 40" $25 $33 $58 $208 $169
34" x 48" $33 $45 $82 $286 $249
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EVA Wall Art Framed Print

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Can only be shipped to CA and US
Product ID: 625830271
$69
 

About Framed Prints

Prints are framed behind plexiglass cover within a 2"black wooden frame and are double white matted. Framed prints are a great way to add style and sophistication to your home or office.


Bring true style (and your personality) to any room with our huge and ever-growing collection of framed posters. At CafePress you'll find thousands-and-thousands of pieces of elegant artwork, each ideal for everywhere from the living room and kitchen to the office or dorm. Our high-quality wall art features framed posters in all sizes and topics. This includes framed artwork featuring reproductions of everything in the art galleries and art museums from the great masters to Impressionist and post-impressionist paintings. Also find framed artwork for popular TV shows and movies you and your family love. These framed posters also make great gifts. To really personalize a room, you can also make your own custom art prints.

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