Currier & Ives "New England Winter Scene", Adirondack Framed Colored Lithograph Print by George Durrie
Product Description: Currier & Ives lithography prints were very popular in homes during the 19th century. Currier & Ives 1861 “New England Winter Scene” painted by Geo. H Durrie is a favorite among many. This medium folio print is believed to be an older colored reproduction lithograph print of a wintry, snow farm scene. Framed behind glass in a wonderful carved Adirondack criss cross frame, highlighted with a wooden carved leaf in each corner. The lithograph has been left untouched and not removed from the frame. The back of the frame and backboard shows some age along with two eyelets and a wire in place ready to be displayed.
Original or Reproduction: Believed to be a reproduction
Frame Back: 10 in x 14 in (back)
Frame Overall: 14 3/4 in x 18 3/4 in
Depth: 3/4 in
Glass: 9 ¾ in x 13 5/8 in (front visual)
Product Weight: 2 pounds 2 ounces
Material: Wood, Glass, Other
Painted by: George Henry Durrie (reference as; Geo H. Durrie)
Publisher: New York, Published by Currier & Ives, 152 Nassau St.
Markings: New England Winter Scene, (front left to right); Painted by Geo H Durrie, Enter according to act of Congress in the year 1861 by by Currier & Ives in the clerk’s office of the United States for the southern distst of N.Y. , New York published by Currier & Ives, 152 Nassau St., Lith Currier & Ives, N.Y.
Frame: Light to medium brown
Picture: Winter Scene Colors
Condition: Previously owned - used. Good condition. SFour leafs are held on strong. Each may have been glued and nailed previously with touch up. Cannot visually see without close inspection. No cracks in glass. On lithograph, some age with toning and/or discoloration around edges. Small remnants noticeable in areas under glass, believed to be parts of the backboard. Missing nails on back board causing looseness of top left corner. Repair may be needed. Has been left untouched. Lithograph was not removed to be examined any further.
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