This is a beautiful picture of a typically dressed Seminole woman going about her daily chores of making butter. The colors are magnificent and bright. The lithograph is signed by the artist on the left just above the numbers 84/1000. The turquoise frame accents the colors of the her clothes and highlights the light rose and pinks of the picture.
This beautiful art work is protected with Museum Glass, an anti-reflection picture framing glass with conservation grade UV protection. With its nearly invisible finish, it effectively blocks up to 99% of harmful indoor and outdoor UV light rays so framed pieces remain clearer and brighter for longer. It is the best glazing option available for art, photographs and other important personal keepsakes.
The matting on this picture is an acid free matte(s) for long term protection and to enhance the picture. Acid free mattes provide 75-100 years of protection against matte burn and brown marks which can decrease the value of a painting. The matting colors were selected to draw the eye into the picture complementing the artist’s selected brush work or towards a particular key element of the piece.
Provenance: Maintained in the same family since originally purchased in 1979.
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