Antique Victorian Ullman Crystoleum Print Under Glass | Brass Corners | A Choir of Lovely Ladies
Dating to 1900, just at the end of the Victorian period and the beginning of the Edwardian, and known as a Crystoleum, may I offer this lovely image of 3 young ladies singing in a church. The photo appears to have been hand tinted with color (rather than shot in color) before reprinting and placed under glass. Manufactured by the Ullman Manufacturing Company of New York, the print has a wood back with the original twisted wire easel. At the corners of the piece are lightweight brass findings. Condition is very fine with just markings to the back of the wood from old age and having been moved around a lot.
The photo image alone measures 9-1/4" x 7-1/4". The brass findings add another 1" or so in height and width.
Ullmans are always priced according to the subject matter and since this beauty has been in my possession for the last 35 years, you can tell I am reluctantly parting with it. Just beautiful subject matter touching on the feminine and religious at the same time.
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