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Fifth Avenue
By Zelda Fitzgerald

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Zelda's gauche of St. Patrick?s cathedral, painted from memory in the 40s, commemorates her marriage to F. Scott Fitzgerald on April 3, 1920. The entire city celebrates. A magnanimous hand showers theater tickets on the crowd, as the wedding party merges with the Easter parade. One week before their wedding Scott?s first novel, This Side of Paradise, had been published to instant acclaim. He burst on the scene as spokesperson of his generation, and chronicled the dawn of the Jazz Age--?the greatest, gaudiest spree in history.? Zelda played his highly quotable side-kick, the quintessential flapper, and the model for many of his heroines. Original: 13 5/8" x 17"
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Zelda's gauche of St. Patrick?s cathedral, painted from memory in the 40s, commemorates her marriage to F. Scott Fitzgerald on April 3, 1920. The entire city celebrates. A magnanimous hand showers theater tickets on the crowd, as the wedding party merges with the Easter parade. One week before their wedding Scott?s first novel, This Side of Paradise, had been published to instant acclaim. He burst on the scene as spokesperson of his generation, and chronicled the dawn of the Jazz Age--?the greatest, gaudiest spree in history.? Zelda played his highly quotable side-kick, the quintessential flapper, and the model for many of his heroines. Original: 13 5/8" x 17"

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Zelda's gauche of St. Patrick?s cathedral, painted from memory in the 40s, commemorates her marriage to F. Scott Fitzgerald on April 3, 1920. The entire city celebrates. A magnanimous hand showers theater tickets on the crowd, as the wedding party merges with the Easter parade. One week before their wedding Scott?s first novel, This Side of Paradise, had been published to instant acclaim. He burst on the scene as spokesperson of his generation, and chronicled the dawn of the Jazz Age--?the greatest, gaudiest spree in history.? Zelda played his highly quotable side-kick, the quintessential flapper, and the model for many of his heroines. Original: 13 5/8" x 17"

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Fifth Avenue
By Zelda Fitzgerald
20" x 16" Art Print
18.5" x 14" without border
$29.99
$16.49
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