There's something about old rustic art that pulls us in, every single time. Maybe it's because we imagine the artist sitting at a kitchen table, drinking a cup of tea, and painting to her (his) heart's content after the children were asleep.
Amateur artist M.B. Hoffman painstakingly captured the beauty of bright red cardinals sitting in a dogwood tree long ago. (1954 to be exact)
Created in a primitive folk art style, these red birds would look wonderful hanging in the front hall, powder room or bedroom. Really, any room in the house.
Painted on board, signed, dated and framed. You can be sure this happy painting has brought smiles for nearly 70 years. And that's saying something.
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- ONE framed vintage oil painting of two cardinals in a tree (ash shown)
Good vintage condition with wear constituent with age and use. And this one's definitely been on display and enjoyed by many. Shows darkening, discoloration, dust and residue throughout. Marks and small paint specks present on painted image. The frame has its share of surface scratches, scuff and markings.
Signed M.B. Hoffman, 1954 in lower right corner. The back side has the following inscription in pencil: Painted at Cape Girardeau, MO. Oct. 22, 1954
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- Materials: paint board, paint, pencil, wood frame, metal
- Color: muted color of nature
- Dimensions: 18" x 14" x 1"
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