Margaret Bucknell Pecorini (1879-1963) oil on artist board of a girl holding a doll. The girl is dress in a burnt orange dress and has a 1920-1930's hair style. She is holding a composition baby doll in a orange romper and bonnet. . Margaret Bucknell Pecorini was the daughter of William Bucknell patron of Bucknell University in Lewisburg, PA. She studied at the Academie Julien in Paris. She specialized in painting children. Her works are in the Brooklyn Museum, Guggenheim and the National Academy. She worked for the International Red Cross in London during the 1940's. Period frame measures 22.75" x 19.75". Sight size is 17.5" x 14.25". The frame has a metal plate inscribed "My Doll // Margeret Pecorini // 1879-". The painting is signed in the lower right corner "Bucknell Pecorini". It has a "London" label on the back of the artist board.
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