Harvest theorem painting by Nancy Rosier
painting was featured in the "Directory of Traditional American
Crafts 2012". The August 2012 edition of Early American Life
is now on the news stands.
Harvest Painting by Nancy Rosier
theorem painting (Painted on fabric with the use of a stencil)
is based on a museum theorem found in the Rockefeller collection.
The theorem found in the museum was created between 1833
This museum adaptation by American Folk Artist Nancy Rosier
of Williamsburg Virginia is certainly very ambitious in
size, in the diversity of the fruits represented and in
the attention given to naturalistic detail.
would appear that the original creator of this piece aspired
to unusual heights of artistic sophistication considering
the fundamentally mechanical nature of the stenciling technique.
Museum Reproduction by Nancy Rosier
Early American Life Directory of Traditional Crafts Award
- "Just had to tell you - one more time - how
perfect the theorem is you painted for me! The colors
are right on! And the extra attention that you took
with the shading makes the theorem particularly beautiful!
It is the most treasured painting I have in my house!"
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Bounteous Harvest - Reproduction theorem by artist Nancy