SOLD! for $544.00.
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American School, possibly Indiana, mid to late 19th century, portrait of a young child or putti, sleeping on a bed with white coverings and red draperies, with its head and hand resting on a pillow. Unsigned. Later giltwood frame. 27"H x 31 1/2"W. Frame – 32"H x 37"W. Provenance: by descent from Louise Whisenhunt, former director of the Art Association of Richmond, Indiana. Mrs. Whisenhunt's collection focused heavily on Indiana art. Condition: Scattered cracquelure and thin paint throughout, particularly noticeable on child's skin and fabric, with exfoliation and areas of loss up to 1/8". Grime/discoloration to light fabric areas.