Oil Paintings
on Velvet
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About This Painting
This "Traditional Theorem" is from a museum collection and represents the school girl art form.  The fruit is floating above the container.  The colors and placement of the fruit is what makes this theorem truly unique.
This painting is mounted in a gold frame but also looks great in the black frame with bronze corners.

About Theorems
Theorems are painted with the use of a stencil and executed with oil paint on a cotton velveteen fabric.
Most theorems are fruit or flowers. Because the theorem is painted on fabric the painting has a soft look to it.

 

Traditional Theorem - Fruit Still Life
Museum Adaptation by Nancy Rosier

 This Traditional Theorem is from a museum collection and represents the school girl art form. The fruit is floating above the container. The colors and placement of the fruit is what makes this theorem truly unique.

 

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Description: Traditional Theorem Painting - Fruit in a Decorative Basket.
Number: 74
Price: $125
Size: Glass Size: 8"x10"  Frame Size: 12"x14"
Frame: Poplar
Graining: Gold Frame
History: This is a great example of a oil theorem! This true school girl art, the fruit is flying in the air, but the theorem really looks great.