Antique Early 1900’s Hand Painted Carousel Panel
Antique huge early 1900’s carousel panel
This huge panel once decorated the top rounding boards of a carousel that stood on fairs in the early 1900’s.
It shows a charming, hand painted western scene with a native American riding a rearing horse surrounded by wigwams.
The scene was was painted on canvas stretched on a large white painted wooden frame.
The back of the frame has been provided with the hooks and eyes with which the panels were originally attached to each other, making it easy to mount the piece on a wall or on chains.
Due to its size and the naive painteing technique that was used this panel is very characteristic and impressive!
This unique and impressive panel would be the perfect decor piece to display inside a steak house, ranch or man cave!
After more than a century the canvas and frame show a destressed patina. The panel shows signs of wear like tiny cracks in the paint surface, some missing white paint on the top of the wooden frame and a small tear in the canvas. At the back the panel has been provided with a vertical plank to tension the canvas.
The wooden frame has been coated with transparent lacquer to give the surface a protective layer and a glossy finish. The canvas has been cleaned from dust and filth and has been coated with varnish afterwards.
Width: 242 cm
Height: 125 cm
Depth: 6 cm
I offer two similar panels with western theme from the same carousel! I can offer them for 1750,- euro as a set.
Please contact me before purchasing this item, I’ll determine custom shipping costs depending on destination and wishes.
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