This is a pencil drawing of The First Unitarian Church, located in Dorchester, Mass. It is delightfully drawn in what we now embrace as the "naive" style, and has incredible detail and liveliness.
A label on the back indicates G. Cooper Brennenetuhl drew this piece on May 17, 1920. It is framed in a slender black painted wood frame, and surrounded by a grey mat.
I found a bit of information about this church online, and this is the actual first of the Unitarian Churches in the country. ( I will include a copy of the image I found on the internet as a reference point).
Charming to add to your decor, fabulous example of a more honest, simple time. Lovely.
Collectible primitive art.
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