1260
1260

PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF SUSAN AND MARK LARACY

Fine Silk Embroidered Needlework Mourning Picture, Wrought By Penelope Howland, Mary Balch's School, Providence, Rhode Island, circa 1800
Estimate
5,0007,000
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1260

PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF SUSAN AND MARK LARACY

Fine Silk Embroidered Needlework Mourning Picture, Wrought By Penelope Howland, Mary Balch's School, Providence, Rhode Island, circa 1800
Estimate
5,0007,000
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Important Americana

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Fine Silk Embroidered Needlework Mourning Picture, Wrought By Penelope Howland, Mary Balch's School, Providence, Rhode Island, circa 1800
with silk stitches on a white silk ground, the monument inscribed Wrought by Penelope Howland in the 9th year of her age and Sacred to the memory of Seven, small Brothers, and Sisters.
8 by 8 1/2 in.
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Provenance

Sotheby's, New York, The American Folk Art Collection of Mr. and Mrs. H. John Thayer, October 23, 1987, sale 5620, lot 155;
Stephen and Carol Huber, Old Lyme, Connecticut, December, 1987;
Sotheby's, New York, The Joan Stephens Collection: Important Sampler and Pictorial Needlework, January 19, 1997, sale 6942, lot 2053.

Important Americana

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New York