I am working on a couple prints we got from DMil's room which we cleaned out when she went into Hospice. I think they are lithographs and I looked them up online once and found they are worth about $100 apiece. They are about 9" x 12" and one is a Paris sidewalk cafe scene and the other is a sidewalk outside book and painting sale with Notre Dame in the background. I will look for the link to these and put that in here if I can still find it.
DMiL had them in very cheap plain frames she had painted with gold paint and they were glued inside with a plain mat. But the mats were discolored. I have tried to remove the mats but they are glued tight. So I got the one off and have been scraping glue off the board underneath. I figure nice new mats and nice frames will make them look beautiful again.
I just love them. They are somewhat faded and muted. The pictures I see in the internet are a little more vibrant. First I had thought to put them above the bed in the pink guest bedroom, but if I put them in big enough frames they might look nice on my bare dining room wall where they could be looked at closer.
I have one almost scraped clean of the glue and the other one to start. It's very time consuming. But I just love them and apparently DMiL did too.
Ok I found one of them online. Chris Lebeau. https://www.ebay.com/itm/162631169873?rmvSB=true
4 pictures on here hover over the top left one that is my notre dame one. I like the paris cafe better but couldn't find that one. Apparently not worth as much as I'd seen last time I looked, but I don't care I'd never sell them.