Swan Decoy - American, 19th century Carved wood with early paint Length 22 inches, Height 14.75 inches The graceful form of this swan decoy with its exaggerated scrolled neck and molded wing feathers are emphasized with its early weathered white painted surface creating a powerful piece of American folk art sculpture. The art of the swan decoy is rarely achieved to this height.
AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED DECOY, primitive form carved from the solid, weathered surface. Together with a 19th-century cast-iron hot water kettle and a modern hobby horse sculpture composed of reclaimed wood and found objects, painted surface. Three pieces total.