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19th century folk art watercolor
19th century folk art watercolor

Mid-19th century watercolor features an attractive young woman with gold foil earrings and locket, and a tortoise shell comb. Artfully rendered in graphite and watercolor,  her jewelry, clothing, and hairstyle relate to a high social status.  A watercolor by an anonymous artist for a collector that appreciates folk art.  Frame is a period replacement. Provenance:  Collection of Dr. James and Susan Widder; Collection of Marshall Goodman.  Dimensions: sight 5.25" x 6.75"; frame 7" x 8.5" 

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