Antique Framed Gouache Painting by A. Jeseanne

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27H x 33W x 1D

Location: Baton Rouge


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Antique Framed Gouache Painting by A. Jeseanne depicts a wintry scene on the outskirts of a quaint rural village.  The road leading into the settlement is just apparent by the ruts in the immediate foreground, with what looks like snow falling on the dwellings in the distance.  Outlines of hedgerows indicate fallow fields waiting for the spring thaw.  Survives in its original frame.  Gouache is a water-based paint method consisting of natural pigment, water, a binding agent (usually gum arabic or dextrin), and sometimes additional inert material. Gouache is designed to be opaque. Gouache has a considerable history, having been used for at least twelve centuries. It is used most consistently by commercial artists for posters, illustrations, comics, and other design work.
Circa late 1900s
Measures 27H x 33W x 1D