1960’s Woolworth painting by SHERLE

denny
Submitted by denny August 3rd, 2011
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This painting was one of those mass-produced prints sold by Woolworths in the 60’s.  I found this one while thrift shopping with Mom back in PA.  The insane price tag on this one was $3.00.  I snatched this up so fast I got dizzy.  This print measures 28 1/2 x 14 1/2.

4 Responses to “1960’s Woolworth painting by SHERLE”

  1. Allee Willis

    Allee Willis

    Mass produced or not this is incredible and SO of the period.

    What on earth is going on with her hair?? And she had to have had a craft-happy mother to have stitched her such a leaf-happy costume.

    I covet anything that still has a Woolworths tag on it.

    It’s like pointing her toes makes her hair stand up.

  2. denny

    denny

    Her hair looks like a bats ears and that big, orange thing wrapped around her neck? What the hell is that?

    I’d love to know more about Sherle. I wonder if this might be a self portrait?