THE PRICE OF THIS ETCHING INCLUDES A BLACK PAINTED WOOD FRAME WITH GLASS AND ACID FREE MAT. THE FRAME MEASURES 14 INCHES HIGH BY 11 INCHES WIDE. THE WHITE MAT CONTAINS A BLACK INNER TRIMMED EDGE. THE ARTWORK ARRIVES WIRED AND READY TO HANG ON YOUR WALL, AND A WALL HOOK AND NAIL ARE INCLUDED. This etching was hand printed by the artist at The Center for Works on Paper in Philadelphia, a part of The Fleisher Art Memorial OPEN STUDIO IN PRINTMAKING FOR PROFESSIONAL ARTISTS. The work was executed on a zinc plate and incorporates the studio techniques of Intaglio and Aquatint. Five separate baths in Nitric acid and water were used to achieve the desired image, which was inspired by a 1929 photograph of Wilheim Bendow, a performance artist in the Berlin cabaret scene. This form of music theater was on the European cutting edge of the Avant Garde and coincides with German movements in Visual Art, Literature, and Film. Cabaret was also an area in which both class and gender roles were explored via satire. The image measurements correspond to the etching plate’s size of six inches wide by nine inches high, or 15.240cm by 22.860 cm. Media includes RivesBFK white paper and a blend of ten inks for this two-toned edition, the LAST of FOUR. This print is number 1 of 5. Print Number 4 of Five is also featured in details. Please Note that Print Number five from this edition was sold in November of 2017 to a collector in San Francisco. Frame is 14 inches by 11 inches.