is a beautiful old technique for floral and fruit painting
on "lace-edged" or pierced tin trays that uses a wax medium
(with oils) for edging and highlighting. This old technique
was the inspiration for the development of these decorative
stroke florals, adapted to the acrylic medium. Of course,
there is a Chippendale influence on this old style, especially
in the strokes that form the flowers. It is the transparency
and texture that is so unique in these strokes.
Round tilt top tables are available from several sources, R & M Whatnots, Valhalla Designs, etc. This design will also fit round plates and trays.