SIZE 11 x 13 1/2″ (sight); 14 1/2 x 17″ (including frame). Quill and brush watercolor freehand. Large PA-type fraktur style presentation piece. Forceful and energetic with wonderful brilliant color. Very Decorative in fine period lemon gold frame. Ex estate of venerable Ohio auctioneer/collectors Tom and Carol Porter who had a great eye for interesting objects in as-found condition. CONDITION All in all, exceptionally clean as these things go. Examined and photographed outside frame. Only obvious problem is small tight tear on left side. Frame has repaired chips. Please examine the photos carefully. The photos tell the story. Please call the shop for concise in-hand condition reports. Please read the entire ad carefully, especially the condition report. Our mistake– no problem. Your mistake– NEVER AGAIN AT THIS SHOP. Headsup Rug shoppers– We shoot everything in indirect natural light to give the best approximation of reality. ” But understand that “color is a subjective thing completely dependent on quality and intensity of light. Any color can and will look completely different when viewed under incandescent vs fluorescent vs natural light. Shop carefully and try to consider how something WILL look in its intended context. As a rule lighter and brighter rugs work better in lower light situations. Darker rugs work better in brighter light. I pledge to be prompt, polite, considerate, and conscientious about communication both before and after the sale. The item “American Fraktur Type Folk Art picture early 19th cent” is in sale since Monday, December 23, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Primitives”. The seller is “montaine-antiques” and is located in Florissant, Missouri. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Original/Reproduction: Original