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    The Bicycle Thief (ENIC, R-1952). Italian 2 - Foglio (39" X 55").
    Vittorio De Sica's classic of Neorealism -- shot in a largely improvisational manner with non-professional actors -- is about a man and his son searching for a stolen bicycle that is vital to the father's job. Artist Ercole Brini created this lovely Italian foglio for the 1952 re-issue of the title, with a muted color palette that suits the film's somber tone. Professional restoration has the piece display-ready, after touch-up applied to folds and a tear in the upper right in the logo and upper left into the background. Light foxing can still be detected in the right background. Fine+ on Linen.


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