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Material: Linen
Contemporary hand-sewn Curllusion quilt by British master maker
Located in London, GB
'Curllusion' quilt in Blanc de Vert colourway by British artist-maker, Emily Campbell. Emily’s knowledge of sewing combines with the formal and visual principles she learned as a two-dimensional designer to re-imagine the patchwork quilt. She has interpreted traditional patchwork geometry, dispensing with floral prints in favour of bold combinations of solid colour. Emily quilts all her designs for us by hand. Bespoke sizes are therefore possible. An accomplished undergraduate dress and costume maker, Emily progressed from an English degree to a diploma in Clothing Technology and became a pattern maker for the fashion designer Jean Muir. After completing her Master of Fine Arts at Yale School of Art she practised as a graphic designer at Pentagram in New York before embarking on a series of national and international programme director roles in the arts, design and education. In 2012, a quilt made from old denim and canvas work clothes featured in an exhibition about Gee’s Bend (the famed quilting community in Alabama). This prompted Emily to up-cycle the family’s old jeans into her first patchwork quilt. She studied rhythm, rule and variation in Anni Albers’ pattern drawings. She took inspiration from Gustav Klimt, Victor Pasmore and Ellsworth Kelly, and many more artists besides. Emily is the founder of Pemberton Qwilts. This takes its name from Sheila Frances Hayes, née Pemberton, who first taught Emily to sew. Three of Emily’s ‘TV Quilts’ were commissioned by Anya Hindmarch for her concept store at London Fashion Week 2023. These bear a single word of personal significance (see images). Emily was also among the textile artists selected for a group show at David Parr House, Cambridge that year.  Helen...
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2010s British Folk Art Linen Folk Art

Materials

Cotton, Linen, Silk, Natural Fiber

Antique Monalisa handmade painted replica.
Located in Mexico City, CDMX
Painted during 1972 and 1976. We offer this Antique Monalisa handmade painted replica signed by Lourdes Cúe.
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1970s Mexican Folk Art Vintage Linen Folk Art

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Linen

Large Hand Painted Oil on Canvas Painting of Arab Street Scene Signed Hassan
Located in Lisse, NL
Large size and slightly abstract Arab street scene painting. This larger size and very well executed painting is another one of our recent great finds. It may be abstract in style, ...
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Mid-20th Century Unknown Islamic Linen Folk Art

Materials

Linen, Plaster, Wood, Paint, Canvas

Woman's Headdress in Shape of a Butterfly, Yao People, China
Located in Point Richmond, CA
Yao Woman's Hat in the shape of a butterfly. China, mid 20th century Linen stretched over a basketry frame, wood, silk tassels and fringe, glass beads. 22" x 20 1/2" x 5" (56 x 52 x...
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Mid-20th Century Chinese Tribal Linen Folk Art

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Linen, Silk, Natural Fiber, Beads

Thomas Dewey & Harry Truman 1948 Presidential Election Campaign Collage
Located in Colorado Springs, CO
Presented is a unique commemorative collage, celebrating the 1948 U.S. presidential election between Harry Truman and Thomas Dewey. This one-of-a-kind collage features a Harry Truman signed...
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1940s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Linen Folk Art

Materials

Metal

18th Century French or Italian Santo Nativity Figure
Located in Nantucket, MA
18th century French or Italian Santo Nativity Figure, a hand carved and painted fruitwood figure for a Christmas Crèche or Krippe. Excellent and delicate details to the head and hands. The half figure stands on a dowel set into platform base, dressed in original fine linen robe...
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18th Century Italian Folk Art Antique Linen Folk Art

Materials

Linen, Fruitwood

19Thc Wool Log Cabin Doll Quilt
Located in Los Angeles, CA
19Thc Wool log cabin doll quilt from Pennsylvania in fine condition.This comes from a private collection.
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Early 20th Century American Adirondack Linen Folk Art

Materials

Wool, Linen

Katlego Tlabela - Sundays Are For Lovers V
Located in Capetown, ZA
In Katlego Tlabela’s imagined and familiar paintings of domestic settings, he responds to South Africa’s persisting economic inequality with bolstered visual fantasies of self-determ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Linen Folk Art

Materials

Linen, Acrylic

Early 20th Century English Crying Ventriloquist Dummy
Located in London, GB
Early 20th Century English Crying Ventriloquist Dummy He’s just a big cry-baby, An aged example of an early 20th century English crying ventriloquist dummy. This example has metal t...
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1920s European Early Victorian Vintage Linen Folk Art

Materials

Linen, Cut Glass, Pine, Paper

Contemporary hand-sewn Victor quilt by British master maker
Located in London, GB
'Victor' quilt by British artist-maker, Emily Campbell. Emily’s knowledge of sewing combines with the formal and visual principles she learned as a two-dimensional designer to re-imagine the patchwork quilt. She has interpreted traditional patchwork geometry, dispensing with floral prints in favour of bold combinations of solid colour. Emily quilts all her designs for us by hand. Bespoke sizes are therefore possible. An accomplished undergraduate dress and costume maker, Emily progressed from an English degree to a diploma in Clothing Technology and became a pattern maker for the fashion designer Jean Muir. After completing her Master of Fine Arts at Yale School of Art she practised as a graphic designer at Pentagram in New York before embarking on a series of national and international programme director roles in the arts, design and education. In 2012, a quilt made from old denim and canvas work clothes featured in an exhibition about Gee’s Bend (the famed quilting community in Alabama). This prompted Emily to up-cycle the family’s old jeans into her first patchwork quilt. She studied rhythm, rule and variation in Anni Albers’ pattern drawings. She took inspiration from Gustav Klimt, Victor Pasmore and Ellsworth Kelly, and many more artists besides. Emily is the founder of Pemberton Qwilts. This takes its name from Sheila Frances Hayes, née Pemberton, who first taught Emily to sew. Three of Emily’s ‘TV Quilts’ were commissioned by Anya Hindmarch for her concept store at London Fashion Week 2023. These bear a single word of personal significance (see images). Emily was also among the textile artists selected for a group show at David Parr House, Cambridge that year.  Helen Chislett...
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2010s British Folk Art Linen Folk Art

Materials

Natural Fiber, Silk, Linen, Cotton

Contemporary hand-sewn Fragments quilt by British master maker
Located in London, GB
'Fragments' quilt in Blues colourway by British artist-maker, Emily Campbell. Emily’s knowledge of sewing combines with the formal and visual principles she learned as a two-dimensional designer to re-imagine the patchwork quilt. She has interpreted traditional patchwork geometry, dispensing with floral prints in favour of bold combinations of solid colour. Emily quilts all her designs for us by hand. Bespoke sizes are therefore possible. An accomplished undergraduate dress and costume maker, Emily progressed from an English degree to a diploma in Clothing Technology and became a pattern maker for the fashion designer Jean Muir. After completing her Master of Fine Arts at Yale School of Art she practised as a graphic designer at Pentagram in New York before embarking on a series of national and international programme director roles in the arts, design and education. In 2012, a quilt made from old denim and canvas work clothes featured in an exhibition about Gee’s Bend (the famed quilting community in Alabama). This prompted Emily to up-cycle the family’s old jeans into her first patchwork quilt. She studied rhythm, rule and variation in Anni Albers’ pattern drawings. She took inspiration from Gustav Klimt, Victor Pasmore and Ellsworth Kelly, and many more artists besides. Emily is the founder of Pemberton Qwilts. This takes its name from Sheila Frances Hayes, née Pemberton, who first taught Emily to sew. Three of Emily’s ‘TV Quilts’ were commissioned by Anya Hindmarch for her concept store at London Fashion Week 2023. These bear a single word of personal significance (see images). Emily was also among the textile artists selected for a group show at David Parr House, Cambridge that year.  Helen...
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2010s British Folk Art Linen Folk Art

Materials

Natural Fiber, Silk, Linen, Cotton

Contemporary hand-sewn Drunkard's Path quilt by British master maker
Located in London, GB
'Drunkard's Path' quilt in Kuba colourway by British artist-maker, Emily Campbell. Emily’s knowledge of sewing combines with the formal and visual principles she learned as a two-dimensional designer to re-imagine the patchwork quilt. She has interpreted traditional patchwork geometry, dispensing with floral prints in favour of bold combinations of solid colour. Emily quilts all her designs for us by hand. Bespoke sizes are therefore possible. An accomplished undergraduate dress and costume maker, Emily progressed from an English degree to a diploma in Clothing Technology and became a pattern maker for the fashion designer Jean Muir. After completing her Master of Fine Arts at Yale School of Art she practised as a graphic designer at Pentagram in New York before embarking on a series of national and international programme director roles in the arts, design and education. In 2012, a quilt made from old denim and canvas work clothes featured in an exhibition about Gee’s Bend (the famed quilting community in Alabama). This prompted Emily to up-cycle the family’s old jeans into her first patchwork quilt. She studied rhythm, rule and variation in Anni Albers’ pattern drawings. She took inspiration from Gustav Klimt, Victor Pasmore and Ellsworth Kelly, and many more artists besides. Emily is the founder of Pemberton Qwilts. This takes its name from Sheila Frances Hayes, née Pemberton, who first taught Emily to sew. Three of Emily’s ‘TV Quilts’ were commissioned by Anya Hindmarch for her concept store at London Fashion Week 2023. These bear a single word of personal significance (see images). Emily was also among the textile artists selected for a group show at David Parr House, Cambridge that year.  Helen...
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2010s British Folk Art Linen Folk Art

Materials

Natural Fiber, Silk, Linen, Cotton

Contemporary hand-sewn Meander quilt by British master maker
Located in London, GB
'Meander' quilt by British artist-maker, Emily Campbell. Emily’s knowledge of sewing combines with the formal and visual principles she learned as a two-dimensional designer to re-imagine the patchwork quilt. She has interpreted traditional patchwork geometry, dispensing with floral prints in favour of bold combinations of solid colour. Emily quilts all her designs for us by hand. Bespoke sizes are therefore possible. An accomplished undergraduate dress and costume maker, Emily progressed from an English degree to a diploma in Clothing Technology and became a pattern maker for the fashion designer Jean Muir. After completing her Master of Fine Arts at Yale School of Art she practised as a graphic designer at Pentagram in New York before embarking on a series of national and international programme director roles in the arts, design and education. In 2012, a quilt made from old denim and canvas work clothes featured in an exhibition about Gee’s Bend (the famed quilting community in Alabama). This prompted Emily to up-cycle the family’s old jeans into her first patchwork quilt. She studied rhythm, rule and variation in Anni Albers’ pattern drawings. She took inspiration from Gustav Klimt, Victor Pasmore and Ellsworth Kelly, and many more artists besides. Emily is the founder of Pemberton Qwilts. This takes its name from Sheila Frances Hayes, née Pemberton, who first taught Emily to sew. Three of Emily’s ‘TV Quilts’ were commissioned by Anya Hindmarch for her concept store at London Fashion Week 2023. These bear a single word of personal significance (see images). Emily was also among the textile artists selected for a group show at David Parr House, Cambridge that year. Helen Chislett...
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2010s British Folk Art Linen Folk Art

Materials

Cotton, Linen, Silk, Natural Fiber

Contemporary hand-sewn Trianni quilt by British master maker
Located in London, GB
'Trianni' quilt in Kuba colourway by British artist-maker, Emily Campbell. Emily’s knowledge of sewing combines with the formal and visual principles she learned as a two-dimensional designer to re-imagine the patchwork quilt. She has interpreted traditional patchwork geometry, dispensing with floral prints in favour of bold combinations of solid colour. Emily quilts all her designs for us by hand. Bespoke sizes are therefore possible. An accomplished undergraduate dress and costume maker, Emily progressed from an English degree to a diploma in Clothing Technology and became a pattern maker for the fashion designer Jean Muir. After completing her Master of Fine Arts at Yale School of Art she practised as a graphic designer at Pentagram in New York before embarking on a series of national and international programme director roles in the arts, design and education. In 2012, a quilt made from old denim and canvas work clothes featured in an exhibition about Gee’s Bend (the famed quilting community in Alabama). This prompted Emily to up-cycle the family’s old jeans into her first patchwork quilt. She studied rhythm, rule and variation in Anni Albers’ pattern drawings. She took inspiration from Gustav Klimt, Victor Pasmore and Ellsworth Kelly, and many more artists besides. Emily is the founder of Pemberton Qwilts. This takes its name from Sheila Frances Hayes, née Pemberton, who first taught Emily to sew. Three of Emily’s ‘TV Quilts’ were commissioned by Anya Hindmarch for her concept store at London Fashion Week 2023. These bear a single word of personal significance (see images). Emily was also among the textile artists selected for a group show at David Parr House, Cambridge that year.  Helen...
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2010s British Folk Art Linen Folk Art

Materials

Natural Fiber, Silk, Linen, Cotton

Contemporary hand-sewn Shoeman's Puzzle quilt by British master maker
Located in London, GB
'Shoeman's Puzzle' quilt in Carnival colourway by British artist-maker, Emily Campbell. Emily’s knowledge of sewing combines with the formal and visual principles she learned as a two-dimensional designer to re-imagine the patchwork quilt. She has interpreted traditional patchwork geometry, dispensing with floral prints in favour of bold combinations of solid colour. Emily quilts all her designs for us by hand. Bespoke sizes are therefore possible. An accomplished undergraduate dress and costume maker, Emily progressed from an English degree to a diploma in Clothing Technology and became a pattern maker for the fashion designer Jean Muir. After completing her Master of Fine Arts at Yale School of Art she practised as a graphic designer at Pentagram in New York before embarking on a series of national and international programme director roles in the arts, design and education. In 2012, a quilt made from old denim and canvas work clothes featured in an exhibition about Gee’s Bend (the famed quilting community in Alabama). This prompted Emily to up-cycle the family’s old jeans into her first patchwork quilt. She studied rhythm, rule and variation in Anni Albers’ pattern drawings. She took inspiration from Gustav Klimt, Victor Pasmore and Ellsworth Kelly, and many more artists besides. Emily is the founder of Pemberton Qwilts. This takes its name from Sheila Frances Hayes, née Pemberton, who first taught Emily to sew. Three of Emily’s ‘TV Quilts’ were commissioned by Anya Hindmarch for her concept store at London Fashion Week 2023. These bear a single word of personal significance (see images). Emily was also among the textile artists selected for a group show at David Parr House, Cambridge that year.  Helen...
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2010s British Folk Art Linen Folk Art

Materials

Natural Fiber, Silk, Linen, Cotton

Contemporary hand-sewn Vortex quilt by British master maker
Located in London, GB
'Vortex' quilt in Red colourway by British artist-maker, Emily Campbell. Emily’s knowledge of sewing combines with the formal and visual principles she learned as a two-dimensional designer to re-imagine the patchwork quilt. She has interpreted traditional patchwork geometry, dispensing with floral prints in favour of bold combinations of solid colour. Emily quilts all her designs for us by hand. Bespoke sizes are therefore possible. An accomplished undergraduate dress and costume maker, Emily progressed from an English degree to a diploma in Clothing Technology and became a pattern maker for the fashion designer Jean Muir. After completing her Master of Fine Arts at Yale School of Art she practised as a graphic designer at Pentagram in New York before embarking on a series of national and international programme director roles in the arts, design and education. In 2012, a quilt made from old denim and canvas work clothes featured in an exhibition about Gee’s Bend (the famed quilting community in Alabama). This prompted Emily to up-cycle the family’s old jeans into her first patchwork quilt. She studied rhythm, rule and variation in Anni Albers’ pattern drawings. She took inspiration from Gustav Klimt, Victor Pasmore and Ellsworth Kelly, and many more artists besides. Emily is the founder of Pemberton Qwilts. This takes its name from Sheila Frances Hayes, née Pemberton, who first taught Emily to sew. Three of Emily’s ‘TV Quilts’ were commissioned by Anya Hindmarch for her concept store at London Fashion Week 2023. These bear a single word of personal significance (see images). Emily was also among the textile artists selected for a group show at David Parr House, Cambridge that year.  Helen...
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2010s British Folk Art Linen Folk Art

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Natural Fiber, Silk, Linen, Cotton

Mounted Late 19th Century American Appliqué Textile
Located in Chicago, IL
Transport yourself to the late 19th century with this exquisite American appliqué textile, a testament to traditional craftsmanship. At its heart, a ...
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Late 19th Century American Folk Art Antique Linen Folk Art

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Cotton, Linen

Shadow Box Frame w/Small Image of a Woman
Located in Malibu, CA
Original oil painting mounted on linen & place in antique Empire period shadowbox mahogany frame. Unknown naive painting with a charming rendition of a female bust. The painting is d...
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19th Century American American Empire Antique Linen Folk Art

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Linen, Wood, Mahogany

19thc Decorated Stoneware Cowden & Wilcox Lamp
Located in Los Angeles, CA
19Thc Decorated Stoneware crock lamp made by Cowden & Wilcox in Harrisburg,Pennsylvania. This double handled crock is made into a lamp and newly...
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19th Century American Adirondack Antique Linen Folk Art

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Stoneware, Linen

Hearth Rug Early 19th Century American Folk Art
Located in Hudson, NY
Folk art hand shirred and hooked rug in wonderful colors on a black mottled background. Wool on linen, American, New England circa 1830's. The colors of the flowers are perfectly bea...
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Mid-19th Century American Folk Art Antique Linen Folk Art

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Wool, Linen

American 19th Century Hooked Rug Depicting a Dalmatian
Located in Hudson, NY
Hooked and shirred hearth rug, New England, circa 1850s in wool, cotton and linen. This dramatic folk art piece is in excellent condition. Depicting a recu...
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1850s Folk Art Antique Linen Folk Art

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Wool, Cotton, Linen

Antique Swedish Folkart Sunnerbo Painting Made to Use as a Pillow
By Sunnerboskolan
Located in Stockholm, SE
Beautiful Swedish Folk Art (commonly known in swedish as bonad) made 1790-1820s. Part of a bigger painting. Likely made by Johannes Nilsson at Sunnerboskolan, Småland. Local painters were often inspired by decorations in churches, where they learned and trained their crafts. The painting on linen is upholstered as a pillow. The main motif depicts a holy woman serving wine dressed...
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Early 1900s Swedish Folk Art Antique Linen Folk Art

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Paint, Linen, Hemp, Paper, Feathers

Pair of Beautiful Vintage Indian Weaving Textile Pillows
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Pair of beautiful vintage Indian weaving textile custom made pillows. Feather and down inserts and zipped casing.
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20th Century American Adirondack Linen Folk Art

Materials

Wool, Linen

Contemporary Australian Aboriginal Painting by Walangkura Napanangka
Located in Atlanta, GA
A striking abstract painting by Australian Aboriginal painter Walangkura Napanangka (1940-2014), one of the matching pair painted in 2007 in Alice Spring. Entitled "Kutungka", acrylic on Belgium linen, inscribed on reverse with gallery catalog no. "Kutungka" depicts the landscape of a country where an old woman named "Kutungka" travelled from Malparingya to Kaltarra in Western Desert during the Dreamtime creation. The highly abstract forms are the dreamtime memory of the land features, such as rock piles and waterholes. Provenance: Grasstree Gallery, Australia. It comes with a COA from the gallery as well as progressive photos taken during the creation of this painting by the artist in 2007. Brief biography From Australian Art Gallery artist...
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Early 2000s Australian Modern Linen Folk Art

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Linen, Acrylic, Wood

American Sampler Under Glass with the Original Gilt Birdseye Maple Frame, C 1820
Located in Hollywood, SC
American sampler under glass with the original gilt Birdseye maple molded edge frame, Early 19th Century. Signed by maker Mary Ann Browning, Age 12.
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1820s American American Empire Antique Linen Folk Art

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Glass, Birdseye Maple, Giltwood, Linen

Marilyn Neuhart Alexander Girard Doll Textiles & Objects
Located in Atlanta, GA
Rare Hand Made Doll, by Marilyn Neuhart for Textiles & Objects, which was a "pop up shop" conceived by Alexander Girard and sponsored by Herman Miller in May of 1961. See the last tw...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Linen Folk Art

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Wool, Linen, Silk

Marilyn Neuhart Alexander Girard Doll Textiles & Objects
Located in Atlanta, GA
Rare Hand Made Doll, by Marilyn Neuhart for Textiles & Objects, which was a "pop up shop" conceived by Alexander Girard and sponsored by Herman Miller in May of 1961. See the last tw...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Linen Folk Art

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Wool, Linen, Silk

Marilyn Neuhart Alexander Girard Doll Textiles and Objects
Located in Atlanta, GA
Rare Hand Made Doll, by Marilyn Neuhart for Textiles & Objects, which was a "pop up shop" conceived by Alexander Girard and sponsored by Herman Miller in May of 1961. See the last tw...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Linen Folk Art

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Wool, Linen, Silk

20Thc Red & Blue Mounted School House Doll Quilt
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This mini school house doll quilt is all cotton and in very good condition.It is hand sewn on a blue linen stretcher frame.Ready to hang in your collection.
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1940s American Adirondack Vintage Linen Folk Art

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Cotton, Linen, Wood

Marilyn Neuhart Alexander Girard Doll from Textiles and Objects
Located in Atlanta, GA
Rare Hand Made Doll, by Marilyn Neuhart for Textiles & Objects, which was a "pop up shop" conceived by Alexander Girard and sponsored by Herman Miller in May of 1961. See the last tw...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Linen Folk Art

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Wool, Linen, Silk

Very Large Hand Woven Scandinavian Rug from the 60's by Berit Woelfer
By Berit Woelfer
Located in Lyon, FR
Very large Scandinavian rug from the 60's by the Swedish artist Berit Woelfer. Flat weaving technique (rillakan), wool on linen. Traditional geometrical ...
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1960s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Linen Folk Art

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Wool, Linen

Marilyn Neuhart Alexander Girard Doll from Textiles & Objects
Located in Atlanta, GA
Rare Hand Made Doll, by Marilyn Neuhart for Textiles & Objects, which was a "pop up shop" conceived by Alexander Girard and sponsored by Herman Miller in May of 1961. See the last tw...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Linen Folk Art

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Wool, Linen, Silk

American Child's Sampler, Circa 1887 by "Clara R. Nolan"
Located in Incline Village, NV
Charming American Sampler by "Clara R. Nolan"; well made, bright and colorful, with an intricate needlepoint floral rose petal border in colors of red...
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1880s Folk Art Antique Linen Folk Art

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Linen

Antique Zoological Wall Chart
Located in Oakville, CT
Antique Pfurtscheller wall chart Overall Dimensions: 53" x 56" Chart Dimensions: 50 1/2" x 56 Materials: Paper & Linen.
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Late 19th Century Austrian Antique Linen Folk Art

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Linen, Paper

19th Century Oil Cloth Juggling or Carnival Balls Collection / 6 Pieces
Located in Los Angeles, CA
These most unusual oil cloth balls were from a Folk Art collection and are being sold as a collection of six. The smallest ball measures 4 inches in diameter and the largest ball mea...
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Late 19th Century American Country Antique Linen Folk Art

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Wool, Linen

19th Antique Handmade "Mosaic Hexagons" Swedish Quilt, Dated 1860s
Located in Stockholm, SE
Antique Handmade "Mosaic Hexagons" Swedish patchwork quilt made in 1860s. (160 years old). Pieced quilt, mid-19th century, Swedish. Fancy period calicoes left over from clothing and ...
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1860s Swedish Adirondack Antique Linen Folk Art

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Wool, Cotton, Linen

Vintage Warren Fischer Figurative Abstract Painting On Linen Canvas
Located in Miami, FL
Vintage Warren Fischer Figurative Abstract Painting on linen canvas Offered for sale is a figurative abstract painting on linen canvas by ...
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Late 20th Century American Modern Linen Folk Art

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Canvas, Wood, Linen, Paint

Vintage Taupe and Ivory Cut Velvet Pillow with Metallic Beads
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Vintage Beige and ivory cut velvet pillow with metallic beads. Nice decorative lumbar pillow. This pillow features a central medallion with silver beads decoration, broken chevron ...
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Late 20th Century Moorish Linen Folk Art

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Linen, Velvet

Vintage French Mannequin
Located in Chillerton, Isle of Wight
A vintage French Mannequin The Mannequin or Tailors Dummy, dates from around 1900 the mannequin is in original condition, the age darkened linen is s...
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Early 1900s Edwardian Antique Linen Folk Art

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Linen

Early 20th Century Circus Banner
Located in Brecht, BE
For magician and circus lovers. This early 20th century circus banner. Hand painted on canvas.
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Early 20th Century British Linen Folk Art

Materials

Linen

20th C Calico Postage Stamp Quilt
Located in Los Angeles, CA
20th C Calico Postage Stamp Quilt Circa 1900 - 1920. Great Condition. from Pennsylvania.
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19th Century American Adirondack Antique Linen Folk Art

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Linen, Cotton

Contemporary Australian Aboriginal Painting by Kenny Williams Tjampitjinpa
Located in Atlanta, GA
Entitled "Two Kuniya (Pythons) During Tingari Cycle", this mesmerizing painting was painted by Australian aboriginal artist Kenny Williams Tjampitjinpa (1950-2020) in 2004. The image...
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21st Century and Contemporary Australian Modern Linen Folk Art

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Linen, Acrylic

Vintage School Chart, a German Poster Depicting the Human Flea, Early 1900's
Located in Langweer, NL
This school chart has been made by Dr. Schlüter & Dr. Mass. The German title of this poster is "Der Menschenfloh" Von Prof. Dr. A. Hase. Verlag von Paul Parey in Berlin. Early 1900's...
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Early 20th Century European Linen Folk Art

Materials

Linen

Scandinavian Carpet Woven Rug Pink Rollakan Rolakan Carpet Swedish, G120
Located in Lyon, FR
Very large scandinavian rug from the 60s. Flat weaving technique (rillakan), wool on linen. Traditional geometrical patterns in pink, white and ...
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1960s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Linen Folk Art

Materials

Wool, Linen

Antique french Royal Wedding Quilt
Located in Doha, QA
This rare and outstanding French antique Royal Quilt with flower design and each square consisting of four Fleur-de-lis originally was used for ceremonial Royal weddings at the Roman Catholic Churches. The borders of the Quilt represent the typical Greek key design and the middle part is various flowers and leaves, some of them close to tulips images, which at that time were symbol of love and loyalty. Weddings Quilts...
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Early 19th Century French Baroque Antique Linen Folk Art

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Wool, Linen

Scandinavian Hand Woven Rug from Ingegerd Silow from the 60's
Located in Lyon, FR
Swedish rug from the 60's by Ingegerd Silow. Flat weaving technique (rillakan), wool on linen. Traditional geometric patterns in yellow, grey and beige. Handwoven in Sweden, mid-20th...
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1960s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Linen Folk Art

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Wool, Linen

Expressionist Framed original Painting, Late 20th Century
Located in View Park, CA
“TWO FIGURES,” a wonderfully expressive painting in tones of fuchsia and lavender, late 20th century. Acrylic on paper, mounted on black linen and framed behind glass. Late 1980s but...
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Late 20th Century American Expressionist Linen Folk Art

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Linen, Acrylic, Paper

Navajo Indian Weaving Pillows, Pair
Located in Los Angeles, CA
These black and white with a grey ground are so unusual for Navajo weaving's. These pillows have a black cotton linen backing. The condition are pristine. Sold as a pair.
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1940s American Adirondack Vintage Linen Folk Art

Materials

Wool, Linen

Contemporary Australian Aboriginal Painting by Walangkura Napanangka
Located in Atlanta, GA
A striking abstract painting by Australian Aboriginal painter Walangkura Napanangka (1940-2014), one of the matching pair painted in 2007 in Alice Spring. Entitled "Kutungka", acrylic on Belgium linen, inscribed on reverse with gallery catalog no. "Kutungka" depicts the landscape of a country where an old woman named "Kutungka" travelled from Malparingya to Kaltarra in Western Desert during the Dreamtime creation. The highly abstract forms are the dreamtime memory of the land features, such as rock piles and waterholes. Provenance: Grasstree Gallery, Australia. It comes with a COA from the gallery as well as progressive photos taken during the creation of this painting by the artist in 2007. Brief biography From Australian Art Gallery...
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Early 2000s Australian Modern Linen Folk Art

Materials

Acrylic, Linen, Wood

Printed Linen Kerchief of George Washington, ca 1806, Germantown, PA
Located in York County, PA
Extraordinarily early (1806) printed linen kerchief glorifying George Washington, Germantown print works, Germantown, Pennsylvania Printed in sepia ink on coarse, white linen, this patriotic kerchief shows a standing portrait of George Washington, above which is a swag valance and the words “The Effect of Principle, Behold the Man”. The portrait is based on a mezzotint after Gilbert Stuart’s very famous painting of Washington in his later years. Stuart painted it in oil on canvas for a wealthy merchant by the name of William Constable, who commissioned the work for Alexander Hamilton. The kerchief is interesting because it is both American-made and documented. This is exceptionally unusual for any printed textile of the 19th century or prior and the earlier the time period the more unlikely an object is to be identified. This kerchief and a companion piece entitled “The Love of Truth Mark the Boy” (also glorifying Washington through the fabled story of the cherry tree), were made ca 1806 by Germantown Print Works in Germantown, Pennsylvania. To the left of Washington's image is a portion of his infamous farewell address to his troops at the end of the Revolutionary War. To the right is a short excerpt from his eulogy. Below these are three images. In the center is a square-rigged tall ship with “Commercial Union” above it, flanked by the American eagle on the left and the British lion...
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Early 19th Century American Antique Linen Folk Art

Materials

Linen

Pair of Navajo Striped Bolster Pillows
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Pair of Navajo Striped bolster pillows. Feather and down inserts and zippered casing.
Category

20th Century American Adirondack Linen Folk Art

Materials

Wool, Linen

Navajo Weaving Pillow with Cross
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Navajo Weaving pillow with cross. Feather and down insert with Zippered Casing.
Category

Early 20th Century American Adirondack Linen Folk Art

Materials

Wool, Linen

Pair of Gold Mexican Indian Weaving Pillows
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Pair Beautiful Gold Mexican Indian weaving pillows. Gold Linen Backing with Zippered Casing. Feather and Down Inserts.
Category

20th Century North American Native American Linen Folk Art

Materials

Wool, Linen, Down, Feathers

Pair of Beautiful 19th C Woven Jacguard Coverlet Pillows
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Pair of beautiful 19th c woven Jacguard coverlet pillows. Custom made pillows have feather and down inserts and zipper for cleaning.
Category

19th Century American Adirondack Antique Linen Folk Art

Materials

Linen, Wool

Set of Three 19thc Hand Made German Dolls
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Collection of three vintage German made dolls with human hair. Great vintage condition. Clothes are spectacularly made. Hair is styled and dressed. Great vi...
Category

19th Century German Adirondack Antique Linen Folk Art

Materials

Cotton, Linen, Velvet

Belgium Linen Covered Blue and Yellow Throw Pillow
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Vintage handwoven Belgium linen throw pillow. The front and the back are made from a different color, front is plain blue and back is plain canary...
Category

Mid-20th Century Belgian Organic Modern Linen Folk Art

Materials

Linen

Eye Dazzler Navajo Indian Weaving Bolster Pillow
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Navajo Indian Weaving eye dazzler pillows (Pair) Beautiful Colors of Black, White, Red, Taupe. This pillow is definitely and eye catcher. Feather and down insert and zippered casing.
Category

Early 20th Century American Adirondack Linen Folk Art

Materials

Wool, Linen

19thc Navajo Indian Weaving Eye Dazzler Pillow
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This amazing early eye dazzler saddle blanket weaving is so amazing and very geometric. This 19thc Navajo weaving has a bittersweet linen backing & is down & feather fill.
Category

Late 19th Century American Adirondack Antique Linen Folk Art

Materials

Wool, Linen

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