LIMITED EDITION - Farmer Girl Print

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LIMITED EDITION - Farmer Girl Print

from 50.00

Dimensions 9x12in

Overalls were originally made of denim, and were invented in the 1890s by Levi Strauss. They were initially only used as protective clothing in work settings because of their durability, they have since become a garment of high fashion. The first overalls consisting of suspenders attached to denim pants with buttons. In 1911, the first bib overalls were made - pants with pockets sewn to a shirt with a bib and with straps over the shoulders. In 1927, Lee's developed a "hookless fastener" and created "buttonless" Union-Alls and overalls. Zippers replaced buttons. Soon after, suspender buttons were traded in for belt loops to attach over-the-shoulder straps. Although worn by some women during World War I and II, overalls were not widely worn by adult women until the late 1960s.

The Farmer Girl Print is printed on 80 lb. acid free paper. Each print is signed by the artist.

The original illustration was created using Prismacolor® markers and pencils on high quality watercolor paper.

Framing options are below. Options include: 1) unframed, 2) mat-framed, or 3) matted and framed in a hardwood frame with 4 ply mat with beveled edge. Unframed and matted prints will ship to you in a protective plastic sleeve. Or, if you select framing, framed prints are shipped in protective packaging.

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