Early American Stencils on Walls and Furniture
In the first quarter of the 19th century, stenciling was an important decorative art in America, most notably in New England. This book offers thorough coverage of stenciling, 19th century folk art, techniques, artifacts, surviving specimens, more. Most authoritative source for craftsmen, artists, designers, decorators, and students in search of authentic material. 166 plates.
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