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Bird in Hand PA - Penna Dutch by Jack Savitsky (1910 - 1991)

This is a larger drawing signed and dated 89 by Jack Savitsky, one of our most famous self-taught
artists, perhaps inspired by the famous “American Gothic” painting by Grant Wood. It’s entitled
Penna Dutch on the front as well as Village of Bird in Hand Pa on verso. Measuring 14 X 11 sight
and 17 ½ X 14 ½ framed in a nice dark cherry colored molded frame and in excellent condition. He
loved to paint scenes of early everyday rural life in eastern Pa. and his work is in numerous museums
including the American Museum of Folk Art, the Smithsonian and the Abby Aldridge Rockefeller.
Click picture to see all 7 photos.

Item #3412              $290

Early Painting by Outsider Harold Everett Bayer (1900 - 1996)

We own and have seen a great many Harold Bayer paintings through the years, but this one is quite
different than his rural landscapes and farm scenes for which the Toledo native is well known. This
gouache on masonite depicting 2 chickens or game hens in a somewhat impressionistic style. It’s signed
H.E. Bayer in the lower right. On the back is written “Accepted in May Show – Art Museum 1968”
and Harold Bayer’s name and address. We’re confident this refers to the Toledo Museum of Art.
From 1965 – 70 Bayer experimented with different mediums and styles and this is from that period.
We acquired it from an Ohio native who acquired it from the Bayer estate upon Bayer’s death.
The painting measures 20” X 16” and framed size is 21” X 17.”
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Charming Folk Drawing by Jack Savitsky - Pussy Willow An Cat

This colored pencil, ink and crayon drawing is by the famous Pa. outsider artist
Jack Savitsky ( 1910 – 1991). It is signed and dated 1981 in the lower right and
entitled “Pussy Willow An Cat” in the lower left. It’s in a nice stepped oak frame.
Framed size is 14 ¼ X 11 ¼ and sight size is 12 X 9. Excellent condition.
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Item #3377              $250

Painting by Harold Everett Bayer

An iconic rural farm scene by the so called Grandpa Moses of Ohio.
Harold Everett Bayer was born in 1900 in Toledo Ohio and died in
1996. His work is included in several museums including the
American Museum of Folk Art. It is signed lower right and undated.
Acrylic on masonite board. Framed size 23 ½” X 19 ¾”
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Item #2919              $400

Peacock Painting On Velvet

Yes, this is a painting on velvet and we never thought we would ever consider
having one. But this is not what you remember as a kid or the butt of jokes. It
is a really nice hand painted work of folk art, well executed, with wonderful colors
and detail. No artist signature. Nice mid-century appropriate wooden frame.
Framed size is 23 ½ wt 24 ht. and in excellent condition.
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Item #3324              $280

Elvis & The Supremes by Malcah Zeldis

Malcah Zeldis (b.1931) widely exhibited, well referenced folk artist
included in many museums including Museum of American Folk Art.
This is a gouache on paper, double matted and framed. Signed and
dated 1988. Depicts Elvis and the Supremes. The artist has included
herself in the scene, typical in many of her works.
Framed size 16 ¼” X 13 ½”.
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Item #3115              $320

Painting of a Farm by Phyllis Cicora Duffy

Phyllis Duffy (b.1950) is a self taught folk artist from upstate New York who is
well known for her farm and county fair scenes as well as painting the carvings
of her husband Bill Duffy the well known folk carver. This painting on canvas
is signed lower left and dated 2001. Framed measurement is 28 ¼ X 22 ½ in.
and is in excellent condition.
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Item #3327              $460

Wooden Relief Carved Horse Plaque

Extremely well executed folk art relief carving from 1 piece of wood with a
detailed majestic horse against a finely pierced background with a notched
carved border. Signed on the back “Carved by J E Miller Talcott WV.” Not
dated, our best estimate is mid 20th C. Measures 10” X 10” and ½” thick.
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Item #3275              $225

Sunflower Owl Folk Art Plaque

Neat and unusual owl made from sunflower seeds mounted
on a rustic looking board with a painted border. Appears to
be mid 20th C. In very good condition.
Measures 10” X 7 ¾”.
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Item #3246              $195

Lorenzo Scott, Lavender Lady With Flowers

Oil on canvas painting titled verso “Lavender Lady With Flowers” and signed
Lorenzo Scott lower left. Born in Georgia in 1934 Scott is a widely exhibited
and collected artist. Please go to Wikipedia for a significant amount of information
about him. A photo of him with the painting is attached to the back along with a
label from the Ted Oliver Gallery that originally sold the painting.
Sight size is 16" X 20" and framed size is 20” X 24”
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Item #3296              $595

Wood Cutter by J.T. Rexrode (1887 - 1976)

Acrylic on masonite by James T. Rexrode of Sugar Grove, W.V. This
painting was exhibited at the Shenandoah Valley Folklore Society in Va.
It is believed to be cut down from a larger size painting as it is unsigned,
which is unusual. Very nice example of his work. Measures 13 ½ X 11¾
Click picture to see all 5 photos.

Item #3104              $265

Reverse Painting by Milton Bond (1918 - 2010)

Reverse painting on glass, tinsel enhanced. Signed and dated 1991
lower left, entitled verso “Union, Conn., Winter.” Born in NYC and lived
and worked in Fairfield Ct., Bond is considered one of the most successful
reverse glass painters of all time. His work is in the AMFA, Smithsonian,
Wadsworth Atheneum and many other museums. Also included in
several reference books including Johnson’s American Folk Art.
19 ½ X 16 framed.
Click picture to see all 5 photos.

Item #3164              $650

Sarah Rakes "In For The Afternoon"

A delightful acrylic on panel painting by well regarded folk
artist Sarah Rakes (b.1955). It depicts a wonderful orange
spotted, bright eyed cat laying on a checkered surface. It is
in one of Rake’s colorful, characteristic decorated frames.
Signed and dated 2012 in the lower left and titled on the
verso “In For The Afternoon.” Framed size is 15” X 11”
and the frame is 1 ½” wide.
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Item #3166              $375

J.T. Rexrode Painting "Sugar Grove 1970"

Painting on masonite by well known outsider James T. Rexrode
(1887-1976) from Sugar Grove West Virginia. He began painting
in 1965 at the age of 78. Included in “Contemporary American Folk
Artists” by Horwitz and in “Self Taught Outsider and Folk Art” by
Betty-Carol Sellen. His paintings have been exhibited at the Blue
Ridge Institute. This painting was exhibited by the Shenandoah
Valley Folklore Society. Minor surface soiling. 19 ½” X 25 ½” framed.
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Item #3103              $425

Tea Room by Vestie Davis (1903 - 1978)

Crayon and black ink on paper. Signed and dated
Vestie E. Davis 1975. An important folk artist most
recently exhibited at the American Museum of Folk
Art in Oct. 2010. He is included in the major folk art
books by Robert Bishop, Jay Johnson and the Rosenaks.
9 ½” X 13 ½” sight size and 12 ¼ X 16 ¼ framed
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Item #3015              $950