Watercolor Painting of a Young Girl England Mid 19th Century
Made circa 1840, this English watercolor painting on paper shows a charming young girl in a plaid dress.
Her hair is cut short with curls all around. Her dress is colored blue and grey with fine red lines.
The style of her dress and hair are typical of the period.
She stands on a patterned floor typical of English interiors in the mid-19th century.
She holds a bouquet of roses.
Watercolor portraits like this were popular in England in the first half of the 19th century. By 1850 they were replaced in large part by photographic portraits.
The maple veneer frame is original. The frame and the painting are in excellent condition.
Dimensions: 13″ x 11″ in the frame
Condition: The excellent condition of both the painting and its original frame is rare.