ca. 1950 or earlier. Fine. A colorful rendition of a guinea hen by the famous creator of the Madeline books. The image is 7 by 9 inches and appears to be watercolor and pencil. Signed along the bottom by the artist.Framed in a contemporary simple gilt frame., 11 by 13 inches. The label on the reverse identifies the framer as Michel's Art Supply Shop, New Haven 10, Conn. and with a telephone number prefix of MA. Area codes were introduced in 1947, so this was likely framed no later than about 1950In fine condition, but not examined out of the frame.
(Inventory #: 19883)
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