If the answers are awkward to find
Or the puzzles and problems are blind,
Trust your worst proposition
To this old mathematician,
For he carries them all in his mind.
From Edmund Dulac, here is a charming 1927 lithograph showing everyone's favorite professor, gleaned from a collection of children's poems, stories, fables, and art. Color-washed in Autumn hues of rust, green, gold, and brown and the disheveled professor at the blackboard, calculations enough to confuse us all, hankies and chalk dust everywhere, Dulac's work is charmingly simple and remains timeless.
The heavy paper is blank on its reverse, measures 7" x 9.125" (18x23cm), and shows little tanning since its protective tissue remains attached. The paper is smooth and clean, without folds, marks, tears, or creases. Darling to frame for your home's 'study hall' or perhaps as a gift to that professor to whom you should have paid more attention ... wonderful for your art - card and tag creations, scrap-book page making, collage.
You are purchasing an original 1927 paper and it does not have watermarks. I will send this to you flat, protected, and by USPS 1st Class Mail.
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