Folk Art

Vintage Frog Lawn Sprinkler - On Sale!
150297

Painted iron lawn sprinkler in the shape of a frog, 4.5" tall.

Folk Art Barber Pole
170167
An outstanding folk art barber pole.
Paint Decorated Box
170222L

Paint decorat

Portrait of a Girl in Landscape Setting
170161H
Portrait of a young girl, oil on board, unsigned.
Banner Weathervane
170141F

An exceptional large copper banner weathervane.

Large Banner Weathervane
170168K
Large banner weathervane, copper and iron.
Folk Art Whirligig
HOLD

An amusing folk art whirligig, constructed of wood and sheet iron.

Graphite Winter Scene
170156
A charming folk art winter scene, graphite on artist board.
Folk Art Uncle Sam Figure
170146
Folk art painted and incised wooden Uncle Sam
Folk Art Portrait of Children and Their Dog
170158
Naïve full-length painting of a brother and sister with their dog, oil on canvas, later laid down on masonite, unsigned.
Portraits of a Kentucky Family
170221K
Three folk art portraits of a Southern family, attributed to William L. Turner, (Kentucky, active first quarter of the 19th century).
Graphite Drawing of a Haying Scene
150200

Excellent folk art graphite drawing of a haying scene, unsigned.

Bust of a Woman
130326

Exceptionally well executed cast iron bust of a woman with long, flowing hair, wearing a hat and sporting a rose on her dress.

Drug Store Trade Sign
170056

Wooden drug store or apothecary trade sign.

Portrait of Mary Hoyt - Ammi Phillips
170122

Portrait of Mary Hoyt, oil on canvas, painted by Ammi Phillips, (1788-1865), circa 1836, possibly in Newburgh, NY.

Steer Weathervane
170035

Molded full-bodied copper steer weathervane, attributed to Cushing and White, Waltham, MA.

Pair of Naive Portraits
170031

Pair of folk art portraits, presumably of a husband and wife, oil on canvas, unsigned.

Oval Tavern Sign
170219J
Oval folk art tavern sign, wood.
Folk Art Painting of a Winter Scene
170214J
Folk art painting of a winter scene, oil on canvas unsigned.
Pennsylvania Landscape Painting - Haley
170213J
Landscape painting, attributed to Edwin S. Haley, (1848-1930), oil on canvas, unsigned.