29 September 2010
PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF ALASTAIR BRADLEY MARTIN, INCLUDING WORKS FROM THE GUENNOL COLLECTION
A CARVED, PAINTED AND POLYCHROME-DECORATED PINE TREE OF LIFE
LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY
15 in. high, 9½ in. wide, 6½ in. deep
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Guennol Collection (New York, 1982), vol. 2, pp. 284-285.
Adele Earnest, Folk Art in America: A Personal View (Exton: Pennsylvania, 1984), p. 24.
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