Colour and Shape: The Art of the American Theorem

Colour and Shape: The Art of the American Theorem
In the early years of the 19th century, theorem painting was a popular activity in both the school and home. Young girls were taught to use stencils to create colourful still-life pictures, usually painted on fabric. This exhibition features eleven paintings exploring how the theorems were made and how individual artists, using very similar stencils, created their own take on the subject.
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