Pansy Yardlong Print Grace Barton Allen Victorian.
This wonderful, uncut pansies yardlong print is entitled Study of Pansies. It is by the Victorian artist, Grace Barton Allen, a peer of both Paul de Longpre and Catherine Klein. This piece is uncut, meaning the wide margin areas are intact. The colors are as vibrant as the day it was printed. It was made in 1896 by the Art Interchange Company of New York, and is numbered No. 333. The lithographer was the Wm. A. Oertel Company of New York. This piece is a chromolithograph, and the color layers align in perfect register. It's just beautiful, with a ribboned nosegay of pansies at the center, flanked by a clear vase of pansies, and oodles of more pansies at either side. In Victorian times, the little pansy symbolized that someone was Thinking of You. Indeed, their little Heartsease happy face is so very precious.
The print is housed in a gold painted wood frame with burnished brass corner embellishments. Both frame and print are in VG condition. See the closeup photos for the best color represenation. Overall size is 12 x 38.25 inches. Perfect over doorways, kitchen nooks, in the bedroom, and more! A wonderful gift item for Mother's Day. Do browse our shop for more antique flower prints and yard long prints!
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