“Her name was Josephine Mancini Harvey.
It was painted in 1969. There is some hand-written
information on the back. She was born in 1915
and died in 2006 and lived her whole life in the
New England area, mostly in eastern Massachusetts.
Her parents were from Italy. She sold very few paintings,
just didn’t have the connections necessary.
I just shipped the painting this morning.”
From the wise-ards collection of Roy and Pennie Williams.
“When a man wears the handcuffs of public opinion,
his words become flaccid and his advice becomes suspect.
I don’t want to be that man.“
– Roy H. Williams