Sewall cornucopia theorem, ca. 1825

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Sewall cornucopia theorem, ca. 1825

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A cornucopia shaped theorem, a type of painting done with the use of stencils. Theorems often were school assignments for young girls.

This one was painted by a member of the Sewall family.

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  • Title: Sewall cornucopia theorem, ca. 1825
  • Creator: Sewall
  • Creation Date: circa 1825
  • Subject Date: circa 1825
  • Location: ME
  • Media: Watercolor on velvet
  • Dimensions: 24 cm x 29 cm
  • Local Code: 2494*a
  • Object Type: Image

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