Horses Paint By Numbers
Another great "Paint By Number" of two horses in a wood frame.
"Paint By Number" (or painting by numbers) describes kits having a board on which light blue or gray lines indicate areas to paint, each area having a number and a corresponding numbered paint to use. The kits were invented, developed and marketed in 1950s by Max S. Klein, an engineer and owner of the Palmer Paint Company of Detroit, Michigan and Dan Robbins, a successful commercial artist.
Measurements: 18: W x 14" H