By, Evertt Pratt, Yarmouth, Maine. Original painted surface. Like example illustrated page 129, " The American Eagle", by Philip Isaacson,
literature: " Patterned after the lectern eagles, it's feather less legs, supported on half ball, are a convincing suggestion of the legs it's carver would have seen on a chicken, and it's head is simply a terminus of its neck rather than a major anatomical featere."
a wonderful example of American Folf Art in excellent, untouched, original bright paint.
|Dealer||George Spiecker / Fine Americana|
|Measurements||7 3/4 H x 8 in. Wing span x 7 in Dia.|
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|Contact||George Spiecker, 913-269-8775 or email@example.com|