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Rare Needlework Sampler, Sarah Cooper, Attributed to Ann Marsh's School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, dated 1792
Schätzung
50.00080.000
Los Verkauft 170,500 USD (Hammerpreis mit Käuferprovision)
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625
Rare Needlework Sampler, Sarah Cooper, Attributed to Ann Marsh's School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, dated 1792
Schätzung
50.00080.000
Los Verkauft 170,500 USD (Hammerpreis mit Käuferprovision)
ZU LOS SPRINGEN

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Rare Needlework Sampler, Sarah Cooper, Attributed to Ann Marsh's School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, dated 1792
worked in brilliantly colored silk and coiled metal stitches on a sheer linen ground; signed Sarah Cooper Her work made In the year 1792. In the original deep walnut frame.
Height 18 3/4 in. by width 17 3/4 in.
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Literatur

Ring, Betty, Girlhood Embroidery, American Samplers & Pictorial Needlework 1650-1850, vol. II. (p. 343)

Katalognotizen

Sarah Cooper Her Work Made In The Year 1792. Silk and coiled metal on linen; 18 3/4 in. by 17 3/4 in.; original deep walnut frame. Sarah's style of lettering and her minute tent stitches on sheer linen closely resemble the work of her sister Mary, and her sampler is therefore attributed to Ann Marsh's Philadelphia school. In 1814, Sarah Cooper (1779-1835) married, as his second wife, Henry Hull (1765-1834) of Stanfordville, New York. He was a farmer and merchant, and like his father, Tiddleman Hull, a minister in the Society of Friends. Their children were Samuel Cooper Hull (1818-18680 and Mary Prudence Hull (1820-1841), who both died unmarried.

Important American Schoolgirl Embroideries: The Landmark Collection of Betty Ring

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New York