"Fashionable Ladies" attributed to Elizabeth Glaser. Exhibited at "Reflections of 19th Century America: Folk Art From the Collection of Sybil and Arthur Kern", Museum of Our National Heritage in Lexington, MA. From my website
Antique Folk Art Watercolor Painting on Laid Paper. 18th Century, Titled "Courtship." Depicting Young Couple Courting. Windsor Chairs, Queen Ann Candlestand, Hogscraper Candlestick, Brick Fireplace Hearth With Andirons
Realized Price: $9000 Henry Young (Pennsylvania, 1792-1861), watercolor on paper fraktur birth and baptismal certificate for Franklin Bohn, b. May 6th 1855, depicting his parents Daniel and Sarah Anna clutching a bouquet, 11 3/4" x 7 3/4"
PUFFY SLEEVE ARTIST SILHOUETTE. American, ca. 1830. Hollow cut portrait of a woman wearing a hair comb. Her dress featuring the typical puffy sleeve is painted in dark blue watercolor. Additional details include a fan and small vase of flowers. Foxing and minor edge damage. Black painted frame has wear. 5 1/8"h. 4 1/8"w.