John R. Neill - Dorothy and the Tin Woodman - ("From Grampa in Oz," 1924)
Dorothy and her friend, the Tin Woodman, greet the viewer in a friendly and jovial way, as if to beckon them into the magical land of Oz. This lively illustration first appeared in Ruth Plumly Thompson's 1924 children's novel, "Grampa in Oz," the eighteenth installment in the Oz series. It was lovingly scanned at 1200 ppi from the original artifact, and meticulously restored to eliminate age-related imperfections such as fading, scratches, etc.
Our art is supposed to make a bright, bold statement in your home. And if it doesn't? Don't worry! All prints are protected by our 60-day money back guarantee.
Sturdy paper. Vivid ink. Dependable sizes.
All of our museum-quality prints are printed on thick and durable matte paper with giclée printing quality at 94% opacity, all of which makes for a stunning wall decoration that you will treasure for many years to come. They also come in standard sizes, so you can frame them yourself without any hassle.
*Frame not included