A pair of beautiful theorem painting reproduction prints. Theorem painting originated in the early 1800's as a form of folk art in which the artist used stencils to depict a still life scene often consisting of fruit, flowers, birds, bugs, or other natural elements in baskets or vases.
Our gorgeous pair of prints depict fruit set in ornate neoclassical style bowls along with seashells, flowers and elegant moths. Beautifully matted and framed, they would make a unique addition to your art collection!
Measure 16" wide and 13" tall framed.
The prints and frames in great vintage condition with only minor surface wear to the frames. Ready to hang in your home!
About Wesley and Rose Curios:
Inspired by my grandparents, Wesley and Rose, whose home and personal style was influenced by mid-century designs, a love of entertaining, an insatiable appetite for worldly travels, all with a touch of southern charm. I scour flea markets, estate sales and thrift stores hunting for one of a kind vintage gems that remind me of them and I am so happy to share these treasures with you. Thank you very much for visiting my shop!
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