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front Elizabeth Brooks Fuller (1896-1979) painting
Elizabeth Fuller, herself a painter, is shown here, at age twenty-four, in a painting by Irwin D. Hoffman.
front Tuscarora beadwork sellers
This is a stereopticon view of several Tuscarora (Iroquois) artisans selling their beadwork to tourists near Niagara Falls, New York, in 1889.
front Orra White Hitchcock (1796-1863)
c. 1860
The formal photograph of Orra (White) Hitchcock depicts her in the full fashion of the Civil War era, in a voluminous floor-length dress and shawl, her hair tightly controlled under her white bonnet with long lappets.
front Cornelius Kelley (1873-1954)
c. 1918
Cornelius Kelley (1873-1954) was a farmer and blacksmith who turned his imagination and skill to the making of decorative iron goods that became an important element in Deerfield's Arts and Crafts movement.
front Nathan Negus (1801-1825)
c. 1820
Painter Nathan Negus studied with Boston artists and worked as a portrait and ornamental painter.
front James Wells Champney (1843-1903)
This photograph, dated 1874, and taken in New York City, New York, is of Deerfield, Massachusetts, artist James Wells Champney (1843-1903) and his daughter Maria.
Title page Excerpts from Agnes Gordon Higginson Fuller Diary
Robert Higginson Fuller describes the death of his father, the artist George Fuller, in 1884, from Bright's Disease, and how his doctors were helpless to do anything about it.
document "Practical Art Lectures"
Jan 20, 1906
The democratization of art was one of the primary missions of the Arts and Crafts Movement in the United States and England.
document "Artistic Picture Framing"
Jan 27, 1906
In keeping with the Arts and Crafts movement's educational philosophy, Will Hutchins offers art theory as it relates to picture framing.
document "Expansion of Deerfield Arts and Crafts"
Jun 23, 1906
The 1906 arts and crafts exhibit in Deerfield, Massachusetts, included textiles from many distant lands, reflecting late 19th- and early 20th-century America?s fascination with the Far and Near East.


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