Folk Art

Family Record of Elias Morrell and Sarah Allen

Artist: W. L. Williams
Circa 1824
Oil & Watercolor on Paper
11 3/4” x 15” Framed to 14 1/4” x 17 1/4”


Candle-Slide Box

Signed:  Harry F. Augley ( Owner or Maker ? )
Likely dates Within First Third of 19th Century
Paint Decorated Soft Conifer
6 3/8” x 18 1/4” x 10”

Banner Bearing Coat of Arms for the State of Mississippi
Artist: Unknown
Oil on Canvas Scrolled to a Wooden Rod
63″ x 55″
Ref. No. kit15

Unknown Maritime Carvers
Whale Bone, Tooth, Baleen & Bamboo
31 1/4” & 33 1/2”
19th century

Unknown American Artist
Oil on Heavy Paper Laid on a Stretcher Frame
17 1/2” x 15 1/2”

Jug with Incised Bird Softly Filled with Cobalt

R. Weaver
Salt Gazed Stoneware
Four Gallon
Ref. No. kit78

Green Wing Teal by Lester Carrigan

Maker: Lester Carrigan
10 3/4″ length, 3 3/4″ width at widest point
Circa 1930
Rome, Illinois
Ref. No. kit74

Cast Iron Bookend or Paper Weight of FDR

Cast Iron & Paint
4 3/4″ Tall, 2 1/2″ Depth
Unknown Maker
Ref. No. kit75

Miniature Painting on Paper of a Young Man

1830s or 40s
American Origin
2 1/4” x 1 5/8” sight size
Ref. No. kit73

Mackey Collection Old Squaw Decoy

11 5/8″ Length , 6 3/4″ Tall
Unknown Maker
Ref. No. kit69

“No Hunting on This Farm” by W.S. McCleary

Artist: W. S. McCleary
Carved Single Plank of Wood (Maple ?)
15 3/4” x 41” x 1/4″
Ref#: kit62

Carved Deer Head Mount

Artist Unknown
Carved and Painted Wood. Deer antlers and patch of hide.
25” x 13” x 11”

Cecropia Moth Whisk Broom Holder

Cecropia or Large North American Silk Worm Moth
Artist: Ernest R. Smith 1905 (1866 – 1951)
Thin Painted Plyboard
8″ x 10 1/4″ x 2 3/4″
Ref. no. kit36

Rustic Sewer Tile Tree Stump Lamp Base with Sculpted Squirrel

Artist: J.H. Bell
Sewer Tile
11 1/4″ tall
Ref. No. kit24

Big Frank at 2 Yrs.

ArtistHenry Dousa, LaFayette Ind. 1892
Pastel on Paper
17″ x 22″
Ref. No. kit21

Duke of Clinton and Lady Pugh’s Progeny

Artist: Henry Dousa 1876
Pencil & Charcoal on Paper
Ref. no. kit34

Rooster Drawing

Artist: Tasha Tudor (1915-2008)
Pencil on Paper
23 5/8″ x 18″
Ref. No. kit26

W.L.A. Leather and Iron Fire Bucket

Attributed to use in Lexington, Kentucky, 1820–1821

Maker: W. Dukehalt / Balt. 

9-3/8″ dia. at top, 10-5/8″ tall excluding swing handle

Ref. No. 110613_058

Portrait of Marquis de Lafayette & Eight Additional Subjects

Artist: Constantine Rafinesque 1783-1840

Nine pencil-on-paper bust portraits (two with reverse image). Paper size varies from 6 ½” x 4 7/8” for Lafayette, seven images are 6 3/8” x 3 7/8”, the smallest is 4 7/8” x 3 7/8”, all loose and unframed

Ref. No. 070327_013

Henry Clay Jar

Likely potted in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia
Three gallon capacity
Ref. No. 91112_069

Stoneware Jar with Incised Elephant Design

Ohio River Valley Origin
Two gallon capacity
Ref. No. 091112_064

Green Clay’s Beaker

Unknown artist dated 1813
Cattle horn with a worn silver dollar bottom
3¼” high
Ref. No. 080811_078

Engraved Powder Horn

Possibly of Native American origin
Cattle horn
5¾” long as the crow flies
Ref. No. 081105_038

Waverley, Ohio in 1859

Artist: Richard H. Sheppard, (1819–1895)
Oil on canvas
32¾” x 45″ image size  (37½” x 49½” frame)
Ref. No. 091112_002

Late Hudson River-Style Landscapes (two paintings)

Artist: unknown American artist working in the mid-19th century
Oil on canvas
22” x 30” image size (26 ¼” x 34 ¼” frame size)
Ref. No. 070320_163

Two Watercolor Miniatures

Artist: Elizabeth Cross
Probably American by Miss Cross who may later have adopted the name Elizabeth Fairchild after marriage
Dated 1830
Watercolor on paper
Woman: 3¾” x 2½”    Man: 3¾” x 2 3/8”
Ref. No. 150519_070

Still Life of a Basket of Fruit

Unknown American Artist
Second quarter of the 19th century
Oil on canvas
17 7/8” x 25 7/8” (Framed to 26½” x 34½”)
Ref. No. 150519_020

Pair of Oil Portraits

Artist: R. B. Crafft
Oil on canvas
Woman: 37½” x 29½” (frame size 44½” x 36¾”)
Man: 35 7/8” x 28” (frame size  43¾” x 35¾”)

Ref. No. 150519_003

Cast Iron Horse Head
Unknown Maker
Cast Iron
14½” height
Ref. No. kit08

Carved Figural Cane Midwestern or Southern
Unknown Artist
Dated 1844
Appears visually to be poplar
Ref. No. 150519_076