Grape Vine Museum Adaptation
Four Seasons Museum Adaptation

Number: 22
Design: Historic Collection
Frame Size: 20"x24""
Frame: Gold Frame
Price: $425 plus shipping

Note: This theorem is an antique theorem but is different because the grape branches are free floating, no container.


Number: 27
Design: The Four Season's Theorem - Museum Reproduction
Frame Size: 18"x22"
Frame: Gold Frame
Price: $425 plus shipping

Notte: This theorem contains a flower for every season.


David Ellinger Design - Adaptation
Museum Theorem Adaptation

Number: 155
Design: David Ellinger
* Framed: 20"x24"
Frame: Black frame with bronzed, raised corners
Price: $425 plus shipping

Note: This theorem is based on a pattern that was released by David Ellinger. Nancy's colors are much like Ellingers.


This theorem is currently on display at Colonial Williamsburg at the Abby Aldrich museum
Number: 44
Design: Historic Collection
Glass Size: 12x14"
Framed: 16"x18"
Frame: Frame: Black frame with bronzed, raised corners
Price: $285 plus shipping


 

Historic Theorem
Looks Modern but is a Museum Reproduction

Number: 112
Design: Museum Reproduction
Glass Size: 16"x20"
* Frame Size: 20"x24"
Frame: Brown with brown Swirl Graining, block corners
Price: $425 plus shipping


The original theorem is part of the Colonial Williamsburg Collection to learn more click here!

Number: 98
Design:Museum Reproduction
Frame Size: 20"x24"
Frame: Gold Frame
Price: $425 plus shipping

Note: This theorem looks very modern but is a old design. Wonderful look.



Museum Reproduction
Adaptation Rufus Porter

Number: 26
Design: Historic Collection
Glass Size: 16"x20"
Framed: 20"x24"
Frame: Brown Swirled Graining on brown frame
Price: $425 plus shipping


Historic Theorem based on a Rufus Porter design - adaptation by Nancy Rosier
Number: 73
Design: Nancy's Design
Framed: 20"x24"
Frame: Black frame with bronzed, raised corners
Price: $425 plus shipping

Note: This theorem was designed by Nancy but is based on a Rufus Porter.

 

This gallery contains both historically based theorems from some of the finest museums plus Nancy's own designs. All the theorems shown are hand painted with the use of a stencil on velvet fabric. The frames are also hand painted or false graining. Nancy Rosier has been painting theorems for over twenty years and is currently located in Williamsburg Virginia.