Oil Paintings
on Cotton Velveteen


About This Painting
This is a unique theorem that is a reproduction of a old theorem from a private collection. This old design is unique since it is one color.

About Theorem Paintings
This theorem is painted on cotton velveteen with the use of stencils. Each theorem and frame is handcrafted by Nancy Rosier.

The frame is black with Bronzed Corners. Most of the museum theorems were mounted in black or gold frames.

Featured Early American Life

This theorem was featured in the December 2009 issue of Early American Life. The article is titled "Side by Side Theorem Painting" by Gregory LeFever.
This is a great way to learn about the art of theorem paintings as true American Folk Art.

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One Color Compone Bowl With Fruit
One Color Theorem






Description: Compone Bowl One Color
Number: 275
Price:  $295
Glass Size: Glass Size: 12"x16"  Frame Size: 15 1/2"x19 1/2"
Frame: Poplar
Graining: Black Frame with Bronzed Corners
History: Part of our Museum Reproduction Collection