1969 SIGNED WATERCOLOR PAINTING ~ DRUMS ~ Dorothy Dodworth Scullin ~ Doodlepunk - Super Funky Stuff
1969 SIGNED WATERCOLOR PAINTING ~ DRUMS ~ Dorothy Dodworth Scullin ~ Doodlepunk - Super Funky Stuff
1969 SIGNED WATERCOLOR PAINTING ~ DRUMS ~ Dorothy Dodworth Scullin ~ Doodlepunk - Super Funky Stuff
1969 SIGNED WATERCOLOR PAINTING ~ DRUMS ~ Dorothy Dodworth Scullin ~ Doodlepunk - Super Funky Stuff
1969 SIGNED WATERCOLOR PAINTING ~ DRUMS ~ Dorothy Dodworth Scullin ~ Doodlepunk - Super Funky Stuff
1969 SIGNED WATERCOLOR PAINTING ~ DRUMS ~ Dorothy Dodworth Scullin ~ Doodlepunk - Super Funky Stuff
1969 SIGNED WATERCOLOR PAINTING ~ DRUMS ~ Dorothy Dodworth Scullin ~ Doodlepunk - Super Funky Stuff

1969 SIGNED WATERCOLOR PAINTING DRUMS ~ Dorothy Dodworth Scullin ~ Doodlepunk *

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Vintage 1969 Colorful Watercolor Painting of Drummers playing drums SIGNED By Dorothy Dodworth Scullin

The painting is on heavy paper in orange, yellow, blue and expressionist black lines

The artist was the author/illustrator of 1950s Doodlepunk children's book series

  • Mark: Signed lower right - D Scullin 69
  • Measurements (WxHxD): 18.5 x 24.25 inches
  • Condition: See photos and use zoom to fully evaluate condition. Edges have matte tape.

This painting will be carefully rolled up and shipped in a tube.

About the Artist
Dorothy Laura Dodworth Scullin (1929-2014) was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and graduated from Winchester Thurston School ('47), Chatham University (BA '51) and Rhode Island School of Design (BFA '52). She was assistant librarian at Robbins Library in Arlington, and loved books and reading passionately. Dorothy was also a children's book author and illustrator with Young Scott Books / Scholastic and created the notable Doodlepunk series: A Dangerous Day for Mrs. Doodlepunk, Mrs. Doodlepunk Trades Work, and Look Out, Mrs. Doodlepunk! She was an artist, working in watercolor, oil, and other media, and showed in numerous group and solo exhibitions. Her specialties were portraiture and still life, and her colorful landscapes and flowers found home in many locations around town and around the world.