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Brothers Graudault, folk artisans in Quebec

Brothers Graudault, folk artisans in Quebec

"Admiral Lord Exmouth" from the British Folk Art collection at Compton Verney

"Admiral Lord Exmouth" from the British Folk Art collection at Compton Verney

I've seen this style of quilt in Scotland, Ireland and Wales....in Germany  and some were made by British Soldiers in India.

I've seen this style of quilt in Scotland, Ireland and Wales....in Germany and some were made by British Soldiers in India.

Jacob Maentel (1778–?)  Schaefferstown, Pennsylvania  c. 1825–1830  Watercolor, gouache, ink, and pencil on paper  16 1/2 x 10 1/2 in. (sight)  American Folk Art Museum, promised gift of Ralph Esmerian, P1.2001.15b  The portraits of Dr. Christian Bucher (1796–1860) and Mary Valentine Bucher (1803–1889), also in the museum’s collection, are among Jacob Maentel’s best-known works. In an unusual departure from his watercolors of couples posed in symmetrical interior settings, the Buchers are…

Jacob Maentel (1778–?) Schaefferstown, Pennsylvania c. 1825–1830 Watercolor, gouache, ink, and pencil on paper 16 1/2 x 10 1/2 in. (sight) American Folk Art Museum, promised gift of Ralph Esmerian, P1.2001.15b The portraits of Dr. Christian Bucher (1796–1860) and Mary Valentine Bucher (1803–1889), also in the museum’s collection, are among Jacob Maentel’s best-known works. In an unusual departure from his watercolors of couples posed in symmetrical interior settings, the Buchers are…

Deborah Goldsmith (1808–1836)  Sangerfield, New York  c. 1823–1824  Watercolor and pencil on paper  9 x 8 3/4 in.  American Folk Art Museum, promised gift of Ralph Esmerian, P1.2001.17  Deborah Goldsmith is one of a few early-nineteenth-century women documented as painting professionally, and her watercolors offer an affectionate glimpse into the lives of the farmers and artisans of rural upstate New York. It is thought that Goldsmith knew the people she portrayed,

Deborah Goldsmith (1808–1836) Sangerfield, New York c. 1823–1824 Watercolor and pencil on paper 9 x 8 3/4 in. American Folk Art Museum, promised gift of Ralph Esmerian, P1.2001.17 Deborah Goldsmith is one of a few early-nineteenth-century women documented as painting professionally, and her watercolors offer an affectionate glimpse into the lives of the farmers and artisans of rural upstate New York. It is thought that Goldsmith knew the people she portrayed,

Old Man and Donkey ; Artist: George Smart ; Year: 1833

Old Man and Donkey ; Artist: George Smart ; Year: 1833

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