Winde Fine Prints was a lithography company that operated in the United States. They specialized in mass production of painting prints on textured cardboard to simulate brush strokes.
The lithographs from Winde Fine Prints are of high quality. However, due to being reproductions, the prints are not valuable. Lithographs of this type generally possess a brown paper backing and a uniform texture to simulate the brush work of oil painting. The paper on the back of the frame is stamped with the company's name, the title of the piece, the catalog number and the name of the artist that composed the original painting.