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0067095
ANNA MARY ROBERTSON.
(1860-1961). Known as Grandma Moses. American folk artist. Oil over a photograph, 1950s.
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0409421
FOOTSTOOL, c1850.
Wooden footstool in the form of a smiling spotted turtle, artist unknown. Footstool, c1850.
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0409422
RAGDOLL, c1850.
Homemade rag doll carrying a doll of her own with an acorn hat, southern United States. Ragdoll, c1850.
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0409410
BOTTLE-CAP BASKET, c1950.
A basket made of bottle caps made by an unknown artist, Southern United States, c1950.
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0409416
FLAG GATE, C1876.
Gate originally stood at the Darling Farm in Jefferson County, New York. Wood and metal gate, c1876.
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0191345
CHRISTIAN ART.
Christian art Jesus Christ as King - Austrian folk painting (reverse glass painting) - late 18th century, ullstein bild ID 00689611.
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0241153
CELEBRATION.
Paintings People dancing at a folk festival in Italy - painting by Wilhelm Marstrand - 1839.
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0409402
THE BIG FARM IN THE SPRING.
Oil painting depicting a rural farm in Georgia, United States. Painting by Mattie Lou O'Kelley, 1976.
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0172886
FOLK ART: WASHINGTONS.
Martha and George Washington. Watercolor and ink on paper, c1780, by a Pennsylvania German artist.
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0409408
CIGAR STORE INDIAN, 1890.
Cigar store indian possibly made by Samuel Robb's Studio in New York City, United States, c1890.
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0409409
BIRD DECOYS, c1920-c1935.
Sickle-billed curlew made at the Mason Factory in Detroit, Michigan c1925. Black duck made by Charles E. 'Shang' Wheeler in Stratford, Connecticut c1935. Dowitcher made by A. Elmer Crowell in Harwich, Massachusetts c1920.
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0081424
BRETON FOLK COSTUME.
Young woman wearing the traditional dress from Pont Aven, Brittany, France. Photograph, n.d.
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0260236
WEATHER VANE, 19th CENTURY.
American weather vane in the shape of a curlew bird, sheet iron and gold leaf, 19th century.
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0259797
FASANELLA: POLO GROUNDS.
'Polo Grounds' baseball park in New York City. Oil painting by Ralph Fasanella, 1947. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
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0409423
FATHER TIME, c1910.
Artist and purpose unknown. Constructed of wood, hair, metal and paint, United States, c1910.
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0409400
FATHER TIME, C1910.
Artist and purpose unknown. The sculpture is constructed of wood, hair, metal and paint, United States. Sculpture, c1910.
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0409417
CAROUSEL HORSE, C1905.
The ears of the horse identify it as a carving by the D.C. Muller & Bro. Shop, who specialized in fine horse-drawn chariots for carousels. The shop was located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Carousel horse made of wood, paint, horsehair and jewels, c1905.
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0172893
ROOSTER FIGURE, c1800.
A carved and painted wooden rooster from Ohio, c1800.
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0260216
WOMAN WITH LIBERTY CAP.
Wooden sculpture of an African American woman wearing a liberty cap, by an anonymous American artist, c1860.
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0409407
STANDING MAN WHIRLIGIG.
Wooden whirligig, or wind toy from the Eastern United States, c1940.
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0175852
AMERICAN QUILT, c1888.
American quilt with a cactus basket pattern, c1888.
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0409401
CIRCUS PARADE, 1979.
Oil painting of a lively parade on 59th Street in New York City, United States. Painting by Kathy Jakobsen, 1979.
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0409415
DOORSTOPS, c1870.
Cast iron doorstops depicting an Amish couple from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, c1870.
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0409424
RAGDOLL, c1850.
Homemade rag doll carrying a doll of her own with an acorn hat, from the southern United States, c1850.
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0423615
DECORATIVE ARTS.
Tyrolean wardrobe with vibrant and unsophisticated decoration, folk art, Austria, 19th century Full credit: De Agostini / G. Nimatallah / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0424322
DECORATIVE ARTS.
Wardrobe with two painted doors, folk art, Germany, 19th century Full credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0125939
DOLLS, 1790s.
Dolls with (left) wax head, wooden hands and feet, and embroidered muslin dress with full skirt and puffy sleeves; and (right) painted wooden head, hands and feet, and long sleeved dress. American, 1790s.
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0260217
PHILLIPS: MOTHER AND SON.
'Portrait of Mrs. Stephen Nottingham Ostrander and Son, Titus.' Oil on canvas, c1838.
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0409426
WITCH WHIRLIGIG, c1850.
Whirligig, or wind toy, made of wood and fitted with a broom topped with a propeller, from New Hampshire or Massachusetts by an unknown artist, c1850.
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0409405
SHAKER BOXES, c1850.
Maple and pine boxes handmade by members of the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing (The Shakers) for use in the community and sale, New England, United States. Wooden boxes, c1850.
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0251241
CZECHOSLOVAKIA.
An informal group portrait of women in national costume. Dr. V. Sixta And Son.
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0172892
FOOTSTOOL, 19th CENTURY.
Carved wooden turtle footstool, American, 19th century.
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0409427
FOOTSTOOL, c1850.
Wooden footstool in the form of a smiling spotted turtle, artist unknown. Footstool, c1850.
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0409404
SAMPLER, C1786.
Example of a cloth used for needlework practice by young women before handbooks became available, possibly Connecticut, United States. Needlework by Hannah Staples, c1786.
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0409399
WITCH WHIRLIGIG, C1850.
This whirligig, or wind toy is made of wood and fitted with a broom topped with a propeller, New Hampshire or Massachusetts. Wooden statue, c1850.
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0172894
FOLK ART: SEATED WOMAN.
Carved and painted wooden figure of a seated woman, undated, found near Ephrata, Pennsylvania.
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0409406
CAT, c1875.
Statue made of a thin plaster mixture of water and gypsum sold as an inexpensive alternative to Staffordshire pottery, Pennsylvania, United States. Sculpture, c1875.
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0409425
FATHER TIME, c1910.
Artist and purpose unknown. Constructed of wood, hair, metal and paint, United States. Sculpture, c1910.
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0409411
FOLK ART: ROOSTER, c1875.
Wooden rooster carved by Wilhelm Schimmel (Old Schimmel), one of five hundred pieces he carved in the last twenty five years of his life, Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Carving, c1875.
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0409413
BULLDOG, c1880.
Oil painting of Spike the bulldog, artist unknown, New England, United States. Oil on canvas, c1880.
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