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There Was An Old Woman 1927 Antique Pamela Vinton Brown Mother Goose Lithograph

by PetitPoulailler

There was an old woman who lived in a shoe.
She had so many children she didn't know what to do:
She gave them some broth without any bread;
She whipped them all soundly, and put them to bed.

Hey! waaaaaaait a second ... I don't remember that part about 'whipping' ... hmmm.

Here is a charming Pamela Vinton Brown lithograph, gleaned from a 1927 collection of children's poems, stories, fables, and art and captioned with the entire nursery rhyme we all know. Crayon-color washed and in an shoe-styling reminiscent of Rube Goldberg, Pamela Vinton Brown's work is charmingly convoluted and remains timeless.

Blank on its reverse, the heavy paper measures 7" x 9.125" (18x23 cm) and shows little tanning. The lithography is strong and sharp, the edges are smooth and clear, and the colors are sweet and bright. There are no folds, tears, marks, or creases.

A delightful subject to frame and gift to a new mother for the nursery or perhaps for your little one's room. Wonderful for your art - card and tag creations, scrap-book page making, collage.

You are purchasing an original 1927 paper and it does not have watermarks. I will send this to you flat, protected, and by USPS 1st Class mail

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