American Primitive Gallery

Recognized Dealer

New York, NY

About American Primitive Gallery

The Eye to discover remarkable art and antiques has been the cornerstone of American Primitive Gallery. Aarne Anton has been presenting an eclectic mix of American Folk Art, antique objects as art, and Outsider Art by self taught artists for over 30 years. Among our past notable exhibitions were Signs of the Times, Weathervanes and Whirligigs, Mask Images, The Sports Show, Carved Canes, Obsessive & Accumulative Art, The Horse Show, Cast and Forged Iron, Cats and Dogs, Figures in Folk Art, Carnivals and Arcades, Visions of Space & UFOs in Art, and Folk Erotica. We are al...Read More

American Primitive Gallery

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Mid-20th Century United States Other Signs
This is a vintage black case with bold lettering "Used Car School No. 3 " from Kentucky. The case has a handy carry handle with two latches and one lock. Guaranteed conve...
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Antique Late 19th Century United States Folk Art Toys
Fabric
From a Pennsylvania collection of cloth folk dolls comes this well dressed doll with sewn on human hair. The face is drawn on and there is in use wear to the head. There is a white c...
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Antique 1900-1909 United States Folk Art Sculptures and Carvings
Iron
The art of the blacksmith in a nonfunctional sculpture probably made as a gift. After making endless utilitarian pieces of iron work. The unknown creator has formed the iron into a f...
Jimmy Lee Sudduth
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1990-1999 United States Primitive Outsider and Self Taught Art
Wood
Jimmy Lee Sudduth (1910-2007) was a self-taught artist from near Fayette, Alabama that had a style his own and was known for using native clay and earth pigments in his paintings. Hi...
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Early 20th Century United States Folk Art Sculptures and Carvings
Wood
Unusual painted wood head about the size of a softball. Unknown carver inst pebbles in for the eyes, most unusual. Mounted over wood base.
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Antique 1880-1889 United States Folk Art Toys
Fabric
An early boys doll with fancy pants and jacket with head made for a stitched leather child's glove and red leather boots. The eyes are applied black shoe buttons. The doll came with ...
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Early 20th Century United States Folk Art Weathervanes
Wood
Flying Canada goose carving with extended neck and legs pulled up in the back. There is a hole in the bottom where it was attached and used as a weathervane or trade sign. It had wi...
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Vintage 1940-1949 United States Folk Art Sculptures and Carvings
Wood
Complex wind animated whirligig with a pair of figures moving back and forth on a platform. Lightly weathered old paint on the wood structure. Mounted over metal base.
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Early 20th Century United States Folk Art Sculptures and Carvings
Carved and painted wood Indian with braided hair. One of a group of carvings by an unknown maker originally found in an Ohio chicken coop. Related figures are illustrated in 20th ce...
Ted Ludwiczak
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2000-2009 United States Outsider Art Outsider and Self Taught Art
Sandstone
Ted Ludwiczak was known for carving numerous stone sculptures of stone heads. His home became an environment that has been written about in different publications from Raw Vision to ...
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Mid-20th Century United States Folk Art Sculptures and Carvings
Bone
Most unusual bone sculpture assembled of a cow skull with two spires of back bones with wood stick joiner. The piece is painted with red and black markings creating eyes and faces in...
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Antique Mid-19th Century United States Tribal Native American Objects
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Eskimo doll finely sewn of seal hide with remains of fur. The jacket has delicate stitching at bottom of coat. The features are sewn onto the face. Mounted on modern stand.

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