Harry Roseland Print Boiling the Water
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After, Harry Roseland Print, “Boiling the Water” 1867-1950 American
Harry Herman Roseland 1867—1950 He was born in Brooklyn and was most known for depicting the lives of African-Americans, Telling Fortunes, Reading cards and tea leaves. This scene was created between 1925-1950, and is called “Boiling Water”. Harry Roseland is one of Oprah Winfrey’s favorite painters she owns some of his work. This scene depicts an interior hearth with boiling water, cooking, two women talking and a cat drinking some milk; it is framed with a simple wooden frame with glass cover.
Condition: small age mark near signature and right top, but these imperfections seem to add to the age of the scene.
Measurements: 21 x 30 Framed 24 x 32
- Fremont, Indiana
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- Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
- Harry Roseland
- Width: 32 inches
- Height: 24 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 4 pounds