Rue obtained this fun lithograph by the famous illustrator Richard Stine back in the ’70s when she first started getting a regular paycheck from “Maude.” It hung in all of her California homes and she later moved it to New York City with her in the ’90s. The piece has always been in the same plastic frame. As you can see, the frame only covers the back for a couple of inches on each side and so the center strip has been discolored over the years – probably from people smoking around it; oh, the ’70s! Also, the original cord it hung from broke and Rue replaced it with some twine that later broke, too. You’ll have to put something durable on the back to hang it with. At some point, Rue slipped a little card into the frame that had a saying she wholeheartedly agreed with, and we are leaving the card in the piece just like Rue had it. The card measures 3.25″ x 3.75″ and the whole piece measures 11″ x 14″. Comes with prints of the two images shown and a Certificate of Authenticity from Estate of Rue. By the way, what the heck is Rue wearing on her head in that one shot? Oh, the ’80s!