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Watercolor Theorem on Paper

Presented here, a very sweet Watercolor Theorem on paper, circa 1880's.  Most Theorems were done by young ladies in academies or women at home.  This appealingly naive theorem is simplicity in itself but is charmingly portrayed by our Folk Artist.  The plump peaches in the foreground along with the plums and grapes all look good enough to eat!  The condition is very fine and the piece measures 12 1/2" x 9 1/2" including the frame which I believe is a liner from a Victorian shadowbox frame as it is unpainted on the sides.

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