19th Century Folk Art Watercolor Man Naïve Primitive C 1850 Original Painted Faux Grain Frame, Dry Patina - image 1 of 15

This is a very charming example of an all original 19th century folk art portrait! Please see his wife by the same artist sold separately, item TA14008

This small portrait depicts a male sitter in profile view and was painted in England during the 19th century, circa 1850. The watercolour painting is on paper or card and is housed behind old glass in its original absolutely fantastic 19th century painted faux grain frame with a gorgeous dry patina.

This is a charming naïve folk art item that will display excellently in any setting. The perfect piece for anyone who loves primitive works.

Please see our collection of genuine 18th and 19th century folk art and antiques in store.

Measuring: Frame width 7.25 inch (18.5 cm) by height 7.25 inch (18.5 cm) by height. Aperture width 3.75 inch (9.5 cm) by height 3.75 inch (9.5 cm).

Condition: Light surface wear to frame.


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ITEM ID
TA14007
MEDIA
Watercolor
THEME
Americana, Eclectic, Rustic Chic, Traditional
AGE
19th Century
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Trinity Antiques

19th Century Folk Art Watercolor Man Naïve Primitive C 1850 Original Painted Faux Grain Frame, Dry Patina

$575

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