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Needlework Picture I American Folk Art I Sallie Hathaway (1782–1851) I Probably Massachusetts or New York I ca. 1794 I Silk on silk

Needlework Picture I American Folk Art I Sallie Hathaway (1782–1851) I Probably Massachusetts or New York I ca. 1794 I Silk on silk

Creator (Role):  MARY GEYER (Artist) Place of Origin:  Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mid-Atlantic, United States, North America Materials:  Canvas; Silk

Creator (Role): MARY GEYER (Artist) Place of Origin: Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mid-Atlantic, United States, North America Materials: Canvas; Silk

The anonymous maker of this example reveals nothing about herself except her love for her father.

The anonymous maker of this example reveals nothing about herself except her love for her father.

Crewelwork Artist unidentified. New England, probably Massachusetts. c. 1750-1760. Wool on Linen. American Folk Art Museum

Crewelwork Artist unidentified. New England, probably Massachusetts. c. 1750-1760. Wool on Linen. American Folk Art Museum

A large early Victorian needlework picture by Harriet Cragg

A large early Victorian needlework picture by Harriet Cragg

Leah Young (c. 1831–?)  Peters Township, Pennsylvania  1847  Wool and linen on linen   Amazing!!!

Leah Young (c. 1831–?) Peters Township, Pennsylvania 1847 Wool and linen on linen Amazing!!!

School Girl Art - Joan R. Brownstein - American Folk Paintings

School Girl Art - Joan R. Brownstein - American Folk Paintings

RUTHY ROGERS SAMPLER/ Ruthy Rogers (1778–1812), Marblehead, Massachusetts, c. 1789, silk on linen, 10 1/2 × 9", gift of Ralph Esmerian, collection of the American Folk Art Museum. Accession Number: 2005.8.53.

RUTHY ROGERS SAMPLER/ Ruthy Rogers (1778–1812), Marblehead, Massachusetts, c. 1789, silk on linen, 10 1/2 × 9", gift of Ralph Esmerian, collection of the American Folk Art Museum. Accession Number: 2005.8.53.

John Van Minian (act. 1791–1835)  Berks or Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, or Baltimore County, Maryland  1820–1835  Watercolor and ink on paper  8 1/8 x 4 1/2 in.  American Folk Art Museum, ~♥~

John Van Minian (act. 1791–1835) Berks or Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, or Baltimore County, Maryland 1820–1835 Watercolor and ink on paper 8 1/8 x 4 1/2 in. American Folk Art Museum, ~♥~

Important Pennsylvania Sampler dated 1795 - Provenancy: Ralph Esmerian collection, Theodore Kapnek collection. Exhibited: "The Flowering of American Folk Art," Whitney Museum of Art.

Important Pennsylvania Sampler dated 1795 - Provenancy: Ralph Esmerian collection, Theodore Kapnek collection. Exhibited: "The Flowering of American Folk Art," Whitney Museum of Art.

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