"Uncle Monday" How to Handle a Rattlesnake Watercolor Painting

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"Uncle Monday" How to Handle a Rattlesnake Watercolor Painting

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Title:  

"Uncle Monday" How to Handle a Rattlesnake Watercolor Painting
Date:
1999-2000
Creator:
Petterson, Kitty K. (artist)

Content Description: 

Painting, Watercolor. From Uncle Monday and Other Florida Folk Tales, this painting illustrates the folktale entitled, How to Handle a Rattlesnake (2003M.011.014). It is a colorful painting showing a man's hands holding a large rattlesnake. Six children are facing the snake. Five look scared. One little boy is near and with a smile, is almost touching the snake. Three man are behind the children. They are dressed in country clothes. Children all have blonde hair.

Physical Description: 

H: 13 1/2" W: 10 3/8"

Location:
500 S Bronough St,Florida,Tallahassee,32399
Identifier:
2003M.011.053

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