LATE 19th CENTURY OIL AMERICAN FOLK ART GENRE PAINTING/STREETSCAPE 4 X 4.5

LATE 19th CENTURY OIL AMERICAN FOLK ART GENRE PAINTING/STREETSCAPE 4 X 4.5

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LATE 19th CENTURY OIL AMERICAN FOLK ART GENRE PAINTING/STREETSCAPE 4 X 4.5
LATE 19th CENTURY OIL AMERICAN FOLK ART GENRE PAINTING/STREETSCAPE 4 X 4.5
LATE 19th CENTURY OIL AMERICAN FOLK ART GENRE PAINTING/STREETSCAPE 4 X 4.5
LATE 19th CENTURY OIL AMERICAN FOLK ART GENRE PAINTING/STREETSCAPE 4 X 4.5

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This large and busy late 19th Century American folk art genre painting is oil on cotton screen laid down on muslin, on a lattice wood frame. Against the backdrop of a fantasy image of a Philadelphia streetscape is the depiction of three unemployed men receiving money from a man in a coat and top hat, a young man caught in the act of pickpocketing, in front of a builder's shop, a federal building and a prison, possibly Fairmount Prison in Philadelphia. Dimensions are 48 x 48.5 inches. This is a very folky painting that makes a big statement on the wall.

Shelton Gallery & Fine Silver

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  • GenrePtg
  • Quantity
  • 1
  • Category
  • Fine Art
  • Department
  • Antiques
  • Year
  • late 1800s
  • Dimensions
  • Width: 48.5 inches
  • Height: 48 inches
  • Depth: 0 inch
  • Weight: 0 pound
  • Condition
  • very good
  • Style
  • folk art
  • Material
  • oil on cotton

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