Oil Paintings
on Cotton Velvet


The Four Seasons Painting
The "Four Season's" is an adaptation of an museum theorem.  The original theorem is often displayed in the Dewitt Wallace Gallery in Colonial Williamsburg.  The name "Four Season's" is based on the fact that there are flowers from each season of the year in the painting.

About Theorem Paintings
As with any theorem it is a stencil art form painted in oil on a cotton velveteen fabric.
Theorems are true American Folk Art and were often created by young ladies as part of their finishing school studys. Most of the old theorems were not signed or dated but could be traced by the pattern created by a New England school.

This theorem painting is an excellent choice for those of you who have antiques.


Four Season's - Museum Collection
Adaptation by Nancy Rosier 

The Four Season's theorem is called that because it contains a flower from every season - it is a great theorem

Fred and I received our painting today. It is beautiful. I can't stop looking at it!!!! I put it by the chair that you painted it to match and it looks gorgeous. I can't begin to tell you how lovely it looks. I will take good care of it and cherish it for the rest of my life. You took a lot of time packaging the painting very well.
Fred and Mary Jo -

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Description: Four Season's Theorem Painting - Museum Collection
Number: 27
Price: $425 plus Shipping
Size: Glass Size: 16"x20"  Frame Size: 20"x24"
Frame: Poplar
Graining: Gold Frame
History: Williamsburg, Virginia Collection