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FACT: I found a pair of lovely primitive, stylized, ink and water colors at an estate sale. I'm tuned in to naive, talented art, and these pieces were great finds. This lady has a Hispanic feel to her, and she's so full if charm, with her delicate lines and beautiful color. I especially liked the aged look of the papers. The mat is a sort of paper bag brown, and the print is unsigned.
The print is vintage, probably 60 years old, but in good condition. I will try to ship it under glass but cannot guarantee that it will arrive intact. Broken glass is an easy fix and inexpensive.If you prefer to safeguard the print, I'll remove the glass and just ship the print and the bamboo frame, which appears be original. Add a note on your order with your preference.

FICTION: Consuela's youngest son was her pride and joy. Some say she was spoiling him, indulging him and training him in the black arts. Being thrice widowed, she fell under suspicion from the other women in the village.



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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: watercolo painting
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 528 reviews
  • Favorited by: 22 people