The Illinois Moulding Company of Chicago was founded by Hungarian immigrant Herman Molner (1866-1951) in 1896. Windsor Art Products was the art publishing division of the company, who under license, would mass-produce original artists' works making "fine" art affordable to all. Herman passed away in 1951, but the company continued until about 1970.
I have a large piece available-it measures 66" long by 26" high. The topic is a French Street scene with great colors. Prints were made from original artwork and artists gave proper brush strokes or embossed to simulate an original. The gray/silver in the scene has a great metallic look. This is a nice piece that would go great with any type of decor in an office or home setting.
The painting is by Armond Ruffet and is titled "Moulin Rouge - Paris 1890". The picture is framed in white with gold around the interior of the framing. The painting is in great condition - the brown paper on the back has some tears.
Due to size item will be shipped freight.