|Item #GAU23 Print: "Miss Goody Two-Shoes"|
In an 18'th century nursery tale (thought to have been written by Oliver Goldsmith) Goody Two-Shoes was quite poor and only had one shoe. When she was given a pair she told everyone that she had two shoes. Over time she somehow acquired the negative connotation of being too nice and too properly behaved - hence the modern derogation of being a "Goody Two-Shoes". This print is beautifully framed in oak, with a 19'th century chamfered wooden backing.