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|Likely New England, ca. early to mid 19th century|
By a skilled artist who likely rendered signs, carriages, gameboards, and perhaps houses and portraits. Through weathering and age, the black and white paint has mellowed to softened black lettering over splendid patinated tones of warm white and cream, with a most desirable dry and crusty surface of considerable character. At eight feet long, and with deep, chamfered picture-frame molding, this sizable work would become a key element of design and central to a home's personality, providing the opportunity to transform a space into a special and historic aesthetic.
|Location of Origin: North America|
|Medium/Materials: Paint on wood with cut nail joinery|
|Dimensions: About 100 1/2 inches long x 11 1/2 tall x 2 5/8 deep|
|Primary Classification: Folk Art and Americana : Folk Art Antiques|
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121 Mount Vernon, Boston, MA 02108 USA
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