Paint-By-Numbers Equestrian Paintings

Paint-By-Numbers Equestrian Paintings

Regular price $45.00 Sale

"Paint-by-numbers" kits were invented by artist Dan Robbins and engineer Max S. Klein in 1950, and quickly became a popular American hobby. The unpainted boards were outlined into several sections, each numbered with a corresponding color of paint included in the kit. An amateur painter simply filled each section according to the instructions, and voila! -- a beautiful work of art. 

These vintage equestrian portraits are two such paintings, most likely included together in a single kit. Each has been mounted in an oak frame and wired for hanging by their proud creator, and after the better part of a century, they're ready to be passed on and admired by a new owner. 

 

Measurements: 10"W x 12.5"H x 1"D

Condition: Good