Oil Paintings
on Velvet

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About This Painting
This theorem is a museum reproduction. The cornucopia was a popular in the 1800's. As we any of the old theorems it shows the fruit just floating in the air.

About Theorem Paintings
Theorems are painted on a cotton velveteen with the use of stencils. This form of stencil painting was popular between 1810 and 1860 for young ladies in finishing school. The paint is oil based.

About The Frame
The frame is a grained frame which is also hand painted by Nancy Rosier. Graining involves multiple layers of painting.

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Cornucopia - Museum Reproduction
by Artist Nancy Rosier


 

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Description: Cornucopia - Museum Reproduction
Number: 135
Price: $285
Size: Glass Size: 12x14"  Frame Size: 16"x18"
Frame: Poplar
Graining: Brown Ray Graining
History: