UNKNOWN "GIRL IN WHITE AND RED" 1905
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- Watercolour and graphite on paper
- Sight: 10.5 x 4.75 inches
- Framed: 24 x 29 inches
- Signed and dated front bottom right: "CMSC 1905"
- Condition: very good with what appears to be some some mild spots of foxing
- Archival framed: black 1.5 inch frame with beige and red archival matte and glass - very good condition – ready to hang
The Story: With a determined character and a direct gaze, this young Gibson Girl is a sign of changing times. The skirt length is heightened and the red ribbons and bows on her hat and shoes pop off her white dress. The unknown artist's portrait of an unknown girl reminds us of Mary Pickford, a Canadian-American motion picture actress popular in between 1910 and1930. There's something special about this small painting – a lovely accent to any room.
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Item No. KA201512043