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☆☆Pinkie and Blue Boy are paintings Pinkie was painted in 1794 by Thomas Lawrence her real name was Sarah Goodin Barrett Moulton she was 11 years old when she was painted. One year later on 23 april 1795 Sarah died.The painting was one of the last acquisitions of California land developer Henry E Huntington in 1927. Pinkie hangs in The Huntington in San Marino California. Blue Boy was painted in1770 by Thomas Gainsborough. The Blue Boy hangs opposite of Pinkie. The two works are the centerpieces of the institute's art collection which specializes in 18th-centrury English portraiture. Pinkie owes part of its notability to its association with the Gainsborough portrait. Pinkie and Blue boy were used as set decorations for many episodes of Leave it to Beaver the two paintings were located on the wall immediately to the left and right side of the front door of the family home. these prints are 16" by 20" and the frames are 26" by 30" for Blue Boy and 27" by 31" for pinkie. BLUE BOY HAS DATE ON IT OF 1809 ! ☆☆

Pinkie and Blue Boy in restored antique wood and gesso frames.

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  • Vintage item
  • Materials: wood gesso glass, papper prints
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