Offered here is a 1945 watercolor, Saturday, by Louise Angelique Sarrazin. Born in 1988 in Orleans Parish, Louisiana. Her art studio was on the side of a road with a sign in the shape of an artist’s palette, bearing her name. This composition features a “poor man’s cabin” with a woman bathing a child in a washtub outside the front door. More children are seen in the open front door and another at the side of the house. This image tells a story of life in rural Louisiana in the middle of the 19th century. The painting itself is 7.25 x 5.25 inches within a white matte measuring 2.5 inches at the sides and 3 inches at the top and bottom. The entire piece is 13.5 x 12 inches with a frame of a 1/2 inch of white wood. It has been professionally framed by the House of Pictures of Miami, Florida. There is dirt beneath the glass. The watercolors remain vibrant. Signed Louise Sarrazin ‘45 in the lower left corner of the painting. There is a pencil signature on the matte on the lower right corner and the title, “Saturday” on the lower left.

ITEM ID
Ald1937
ITEM TYPE
Vintage
COLOR
Polychrome
STYLE
Realist
AGE
Mid 19th Century
THEME
Ethnic
MEDIA
Watercolor
GENRE
American Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture
ORIGIN
United States • American
WIDTH
14" (36 cm)
DEPTH
12" (30 cm)
HEIGHT
12" (30 cm)

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Saturday: Louise Sarrazin: Watercolor

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