The Fortune Teller lithograph
I inherited a Harry Herman Roseland lithograph from my mother's estate. I took it out of the frame and found the name The Fortune Teller on the bottom. Below the artist signature, Harry Roseland, there is a name on the bottom left, partially cut off (something) Lithographic Company, New York. (Below) Copy right 1898 by Truth Co. Also, a little to the right on the bottom it says, "This picture issued with TRUTH, January, 1899.
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The Fortune Teller
I must add to my previous posting that I have indeed seen a couple of works by Roseland named The Fortune Teller, however, mine is a black woman pouring a bottle of something in a pot in a fireplace with a fancy dressed, brunette haired lady in a pink top/white bottom dress, sitting in a chair in the right foreground (she has on pink gloves/flowered hat/parasol leaning against the chair). There are two cats in the picture, a black cat and a black & white cat drinking from a bowl, in the left foreground. Again I would appreciate any information on this particular work of Roseland's.