Up for sale is a beautiful Kellogg and Comstock antique colored lithograph (8.50 x 11.50) from the 1800's called Bridget.

The frame (18 x 14) is in very good condition.  

Each colored lithograph was hand colored, giving it so much more depth and eye appeal than just having a print.

The print is in very nice condition for being over 100 + years  old.  It does have some small spots.

"From about 1830 through the rest of the century, the Kellogg brothers, in various partnerships among themselves and with others, published popular lithographs in Hartford, Connecticut. These firms issued the second largest number of decorative prints intended for the American public, surpassed only by their New York rivals, Currier & Ives, producing thousands of lithographs, most hand-colored, which ended up in the homes and work places of Americans. The Kelloggs' prints were typical of the popular print style: colorful, affordable and with images covering much the same range of topics as those of their New York counterpart. Subjects included portraits, historical events, scenes of daily life, views, religious themes, politics, sports, animals, sentimental images and any other topic that might be of interest to the American public." 

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