New York, Park Avenue
15 - 19 January 1999
A CARVED AND PAINTED FIGURE OF A SPREADWING EAGLE
Attributed to Wilhem Schimmel (1817-1890), Carlisle County, Cumberland Valley, Pennsylvania, circa 1865-1890
Carved in the round with head facing right and wings spread apart with articulated crest, feathers, eyes, beak and talons, on a conforming integral base, the figure olive-painted with yellow, green and red-painted details
8in. high, 14.3/8in. wide, 6in. deep
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