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1732 Pieter Vanderlyn (American colonial era artist, 1687-1778). Young Lady with a Rose

1732 Pieter Vanderlyn (American colonial era artist, Young Lady with a Rose It's About Time: American Women Badly painted mantua, but interesting with the black stomacher and the belt.

A blog dedicated to hand embroidery. I started this blog to keep myself inspired and my fingers stitching. Perhaps others will be tempted to pick up a needle and thread and express themselves. Any...

A blog dedicated to hand embroidery. I started this blog to keep myself inspired and my fingers stitching. Perhaps others will be tempted to pick up a needle and thread and express themselves. Any...

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"George Washington"    Drawing done by Pennsylvania German artists in a style reminiscent of medieval illuminated manuscript art. The painter who created this portrait of Washington is not known by name; art historians refer to him as the "Washington-Sussel Artist" because his work was first studied by a collector of that name

"George Washington" Done by Pennsylvania German artists in a style reminiscent of medieval illuminated manuscript art. The name, "fraktur", actually means "fractured writing" and is a reference to the pointedness of Gothic German script.

Portrait of Annetje Kool, attributed to Pieter Vanderlyn (ca.1687–1778) Ulster County, N.Y., ca. 1740 Oil on canvas, 30-5/8 x 25-1/4 inches, with original painted frame

1740 portrait of Annetje Kool, a young Dutch-American woman painted by Pieter Vanderlyn in the mid-Hudson Valley town of Esopus American Folk Art @ Cooperstown