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Clemente Padín June 1973 Postcards (set of 4)

Artist
Clemente Padín
Date
1973
Format
Ephemera
Size
12.5 × 15 × 0.1 cm
Description

Four small stamped and hand-drawn postcards by artist Clemente Padín, addressed to Art Metropole in 1973 with personalized hand-written messages on the back of each.

The messages read:

“How Do You Do?”

“Fraternals Greeting.”

“Thanks for File”

“Did You Recieved Our Editions Ovum”

  1. Clemente Padín June 1973 Postcards (set of 4)
 

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