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1811 Mourning painting by Sally Miller, America, watercolor and ink on silk, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

A Rare Pictorial Trove of Family History: The Caldwell-Woods Family Record and Memorials  Attributed to Sally Caldwell Woods (1796-1839)   Joan R. Brownstein - American Folk Paintings

A Rare Pictorial Trove of Family History: The Caldwell-Woods Family Record and Memorials Attributed to Sally Caldwell Woods Joan R.

An anonymous Boston area silk on silk mourning scene in memory of Sally Kimball, died May 17, 1790. The painted angel and in particular the embroidery style is identical to examples in Betty Ring, Girlhood Embroidery, pages 82,83. Sally Kimball was born in 1759 in Bradford. This needlework is in excellent condition and remains on its original mount. The frame and glass are old replacements. 13" wide X 15' high sampler size.

An anonymous Boston area silk on silk mourning scene in memory of Sally Kimball, died May 17, 1790. The painted angel and in particular the embroidery style is identical to examples in Betty Ring, Girlhood Embroidery, pages 82,83. Sally Kimball was born in 1759 in Bradford. This needlework is in excellent condition and remains on its original mount. The frame and glass are old replacements. 13" wide X 15' high sampler size.

Mourning Picture: In Memory of Mrs. Lydia Austin, Sally Austin, Saunders and Beach Academy, Dorchester, MA circa 1805

Mourning Picture: In Memory of Mrs. Lydia Austin, Sally Austin, Saunders and Beach Academy, Dorchester, MA circa 1805

Portrait of Catherine Lorillard, ca. 1810, New York. Silk ground cloth, painted with oil and embroidered with silk. The Metropolitan Museum of Art  Accession Number: 1999.144.

Portrait of Catherine Lorillard, ca. Silk ground cloth, painted with oil and embroidered with silk. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession Number:

"Woman mourning by tomb with inscription, "to the memory of Capt. John Williams, died April the 1, 1825"." This lithograph by D.W. Kellogg & Co. shows a woman in mourning attire standing by a tomb. The weeping willow accompanies her, a traditional symbol of mourning, but there are also plants and blooms in the foreground, perhaps indicating rebirth in heaven.

[Woman mourning by tomb with inscription, "to the memory of Capt. John Williams, died April the

EMBROIDERED AND PAINTED SILK 'PRINTWORK' MOURNING PICTURE: IN MEMORY OF CYRUS AND BETSEY NORTHROP, ANONYMOUS, LITCHFIELD, CONNECTICUT, CIRCA 1805 Worked with black silk on a silk ground. Height 13 1/2 in. by width 17 1/4 in.

EMBROIDERED AND PAINTED SILK 'PRINTWORK' MOURNING PICTURE: IN MEMORY OF CYRUS AND BETSEY NORTHROP, ANONYMOUS, LITCHFIELD, CONNECTICUT, CIRCA 1805 Worked with black silk on a silk ground. Height 13 1/2 in. by width 17 1/4 in.

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