Miniature Portrait of Victorian Woman, a darling framed lithograph, perfect for a portrait collector or anyone with a fondness for miniatures. In gold metal frame that has small amounts of wear. Overall this item is in very good vintage condition with just the right amount of age and patina. It is ready to hang and enjoy.
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DIMENSIONS: 4.5" H x 4" W x 1" D O/A Frame Size Portrait 2" x 2.5"
CIRCA: 20th Century
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FACTS & HISTORY: By the 18th century 'limning' was widely called 'miniature painting'. In England, Henry VIII's portraitist, Hans Holbein, painted some of the earliest and most beautiful miniatures.
In a world before photography, miniature paintings played a crucial role in both personal and diplomatic relationships, and were prized for their technical virtuosity and portability.