This evening I brought in some cleanup with this painting. Bits of color here and lifting there. I used one of my new acrylic brushes for scrubbing out Payne's Gray. Wow... extremely effective--that is compared to using a regular sable watercolor brush. That stiffness does the trick.
Next up is to find a frame. I'm thinking I'd like to go with a gold color. It has to be a wooden frame. No sawtooth hangers.
I cropped the painting to 7.5 x 10.5", then canvased out to 10 x 13", and finally dropped in a .5" frame. I suspect the real frame will have more width but this might be a close look.
Next up is to find a frame and get this all together. So far, I've only worked with Nielsen Bainbridge photo frames. I'll be needing help framing this painting.