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Child's Painted Wood Hoop Toy


Graphic bent wood hoop painted in 4 colors. A classic early child's toy that was often rolled with a stick. The hoop is mounted free standing as a work of minimal art. It is in great condition with vibrant paint. You will sometimes see 19th c. portraits of children painted with a hoop toy. In the early 20th c. we have the DeChirico painting with the running girl with hoop in the train station yard. Four color paint decoration is the rarest.


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    Wear consistent with age and use.
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    H 31 in.

    H 78.74 cm

  • Diameter
    31 in. (78.74 cm)
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    New York, NY
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