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Painted on a large 16 X 20 wrapped canvas (no staples showing on the sides), Little Miss Fairfield is loosely based on a portrait painted by the early American portraitist, William Matthew Prior (1806-1873). He painted Miss Fairfield in 1850 and on approximately the same sized canvas.

Little Miss sits in front of a column on the grass with a background of shrubs and trees. There are deep burgundy drapes with a tassel and cords that hang above her…..perhaps she was painted outside under a protected partition? Little Miss holds her gray bunny with a red ribbon on her lap, and her dress is a darker red with black dots. She can be displayed with or without a frame, she is signed and dated.

16 X 20 unframed



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The watermark "Pear Tree Primitives" is NOT on the original painting.

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Little Miss Fairfield Early American Style Portrait

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: acrylic, oil mix, canvas, wax
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 44 reviews
  • Favorited by: 14 people