American Folk Art Portrait Painting
Attributed to John Ritto Penniman, 19th Century
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Any collector of traditional American 19th-century folk art who wants to add a beautiful and appealing picture to their collection should consider purchasing this piece of artwork. The painting, which was done in oil on board, preserves the character of a trained hand; this beautiful and engaging portrait is a one-of-a-kind and seductive picture in the style of American folk art painters such as William Mathew Prior. Although this folk art picture is thought to have been created in the nineteenth century, it has been assigned to Penniman’s work by professionals and via different cataloging efforts throughout the artwork’s historical development.
Intricately detailed, this piece of American folk art would be an eye-catching addition to a range of interior design types, such as cottage decor, farm home decor, or modern American Federal period style interiors. This piece comes to us from a private New England collection of 18th and 19th-century American folk art.