In the Pink
In an article on baby clothes in the New York Times in 1893, the rule stated was that "you should always give pink to a BOY and blue to a GIRL." Wait, WHAT?
Pink was thought to be the more decided and stronger color, while blue more delicate and dainty.
Well, looks like we fixed that didn't we, ladies? THINK PINK.
11 x 14 inches
Details: Mixed media collage painting on a birch wood panel framed in a white floater frame. Arrives wired and ready to hang.
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