Folk Art Tole Painted Stoneware Butter Crock with 6 Ompir Apples, Signed WC Wrede

Folk Art Tole Painted Stoneware Butter Crock with 6 Ompir Apples, Signed WC Wrede
Folk Art Tole Painted Stoneware Butter Crock with 6 Ompir Apples, Signed WC Wrede
Folk Art Tole Painted Stoneware Butter Crock with 6 Ompir Apples, Signed WC Wrede
Folk Art Tole Painted Stoneware Butter Crock with 6 Ompir Apples, Signed WC Wrede
Folk Art Tole Painted Stoneware Butter Crock with 6 Ompir Apples, Signed WC Wrede
Folk Art Tole Painted Stoneware Butter Crock with 6 Ompir Apples, Signed WC Wrede
Folk Art Tole Painted Stoneware Butter Crock with 6 Ompir Apples, Signed WC Wrede
Folk Art Tole Painted Stoneware Butter Crock with 6 Ompir Apples, Signed WC Wrede
Folk Art Tole Painted Stoneware Butter Crock with 6 Ompir Apples, Signed WC Wrede
Folk Art Tole Painted Stoneware Butter Crock with 6 Ompir Apples, Signed WC Wrede
Folk Art Tole Painted Stoneware Butter Crock with 6 Ompir Apples, Signed WC Wrede
Folk Art Tole Painted Stoneware Butter Crock with 6 Ompir Apples, Signed WC Wrede

Folk Art Tole Painted Stoneware Butter Crock with 6 Ompir Apples, Signed WC Wrede
Description : An antique or vintage Stoneware Butter Crock with later painted decoration by 20thC. American Folk Artist, Warner C. The Butter Crock : Molded cylindrical form with slightly raised band at rim. Approximate 2.5 Quart capacity. This would be considered a 5# Butter Crock. WREDE on the base. The photos are probably the best description. Background : WC (Warner) Wrede partnered with Peter Ompir in the 1950s and the pair worked together to paint a wide variety of everyday objects. A time consuming, multi-step process requiring up to 2 weeks to complete each piece. See Internet for further information. No cracks, repaired damage or other excuses. This Folk Art Butter Crock will feature prominently in any Primitive or Country setting. See photos for complete details and close-ups. Please consider them as part of the description. Approximate 2.5 Quart capacity; measures 7-1/4W x 5-1/8H overall. Weighs 3.75 lbs. Good Luck, thanks for looking, and be sure to bookmark my Auctions, listed and ending daily. The item “Folk Art Tole Painted Stoneware Butter Crock with 6 Ompir Apples, Signed WC Wrede” is in sale since Wednesday, October 30, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Decorative Arts\Ceramics & Porcelain\Crocks”. The seller is “mgs1971″ and is located in South Dartmouth, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Origin: USA
  • Primary Material: Tole-Painted Stoneware Folk Art
  • Age: Post-1940
  • Style: Primitive Country Folk Art Americana
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Maker: W.C. Wrede (partner w/ Peter Ompir)

Folk Art Tole Painted Stoneware Butter Crock with 6 Ompir Apples, Signed WC Wrede

Pair of Folk Art Paintings-Portrait of Boy with Rabbits/Girl withBasket of Apples

Pair of Folk Art Paintings-Portrait of Boy with Rabbits/Girl withBasket of Apples
Pair of Folk Art Paintings-Portrait of Boy with Rabbits/Girl withBasket of Apples
Pair of Folk Art Paintings-Portrait of Boy with Rabbits/Girl withBasket of Apples
Pair of Folk Art Paintings-Portrait of Boy with Rabbits/Girl withBasket of Apples
Pair of Folk Art Paintings-Portrait of Boy with Rabbits/Girl withBasket of Apples
Pair of Folk Art Paintings-Portrait of Boy with Rabbits/Girl withBasket of Apples
Pair of Folk Art Paintings-Portrait of Boy with Rabbits/Girl withBasket of Apples
Pair of Folk Art Paintings-Portrait of Boy with Rabbits/Girl withBasket of Apples
Pair of Folk Art Paintings-Portrait of Boy with Rabbits/Girl withBasket of Apples
Pair of Folk Art Paintings-Portrait of Boy with Rabbits/Girl withBasket of Apples
Pair of Folk Art Paintings-Portrait of Boy with Rabbits/Girl withBasket of Apples
Pair of Folk Art Paintings-Portrait of Boy with Rabbits/Girl withBasket of Apples

Pair of Folk Art Paintings-Portrait of Boy with Rabbits/Girl withBasket of Apples
Folk Art Painting -Portrait of Boy with Rabbits/ Girl with Basket of Apples….. Dark blue painted frame. Colors on paintings are dark country blues, greens, reds Frame 2 wide surrounding picture. Picture is 19 1/2″ x 23 1/2″…. Edge of frame to edge of frame. Wire hanger on back. Bought at: Arlene Strader Folk Art Union, Ohio. Slight scratching on corner of frame on girl picture. The item “Pair of Folk Art Paintings-Portrait of Boy with Rabbits/Girl withBasket of Apples” is in sale since Friday, April 12, 2019. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “fili.mary” and is located in Niles, Michigan. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Subject: Portrait
  • Style: Folk Art

Pair of Folk Art Paintings-Portrait of Boy with Rabbits/Girl withBasket of Apples

FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)

FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)
FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)
FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)
FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)
FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)
FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)
FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)
FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)
FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)
FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)

FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)
FOLK ART PAINTING – FAMILY PICKING APPLES – JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist). Folk art painting by Jeanne Davies, American, B. 1936, Family Picking Apples. Signed:’Davies’ lower right. Frame is a maple-grained pine frame with wooden dole connectors on sides. 19-1/2″ (49.5 cm) H x 23-1/2″ (59.7 cm) W (sight); 24-1/2″ H x 28-1/2″ W w/frame. Jeanne Davies was born in Plainfield, New Jersey in 1936. She attended the Scotch Plains school system. After high school, she pursued that dream by attending the New York School of Visual Arts. She left school after a year, got married and moved around the country with her husband before settling in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. While raising her children, Jeanne painted on everything she could get her hands onwalls, canvas, velvet, glass, wood, furniture She painted game boards, theorems, and primitive portraits. This dealer bought all of Jeannes work which included landscapes in the various seasons, water scenes, Amish scenes, Apple Picking scenes/farm scenes, family portraits, children, a Noahs Ark, and all types of pictures with animals. When the relationship dissolved in 2003, Jeanne retired from painting. She dedicated time to her garden and her grandchildren. She painted pictures for family and friends. (Albert Webster Davies) She has no knowledge as to when, why, or how her pictures became attributed to someone other than herself. Now she knows that her work can be sometimes attributed to Albert Webster Davies or some people have been told that she is Grandma Davies. Her spirit broke as she became aware that she is in danger of never getting the recognition or credit for her talent. Her dream almost came true. Unfortunately the recognition was misplaced in some cases. Jeanne Davies is now out of retirement and painting again to try to get the name and credit back that she completely deserves. She deserves to be known. She is using her acrylic paints and her oil paints to continue to turn out lovely paintings in both mediums with the signature Davies on them. There are 2,000 and counting paintings of hers out there. Lets hope people now and in the future will learn that there was a painter named Jeanne Davies and they will see the work she so lovingly created. Written in 2007 by Gail Davies Speers, the artists daughter. The item “FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)” is in sale since Wednesday, May 24, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Art from Dealers & Resellers\Paintings”. The seller is “arteantico111″ and is located in New York, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Medium: Oil

FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)

FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)

FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)
FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)
FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)
FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)
FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)
FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)
FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)
FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)
FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)
FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)

FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)
FOLK ART PAINTING – FAMILY PICKING APPLES – JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist). Folk art painting by Jeanne Davies, American, B. 1936, Family Picking Apples. Signed:’Davies’ lower right. Frame is a maple-grained pine frame with wooden dole connectors on sides. 19-1/2″ (49.5 cm) H x 23-1/2″ (59.7 cm) W (sight); 24-1/2″ H x 28-1/2″ W w/frame. Jeanne Davies was born in Plainfield, New Jersey in 1936. She attended the Scotch Plains school system. After high school, she pursued that dream by attending the New York School of Visual Arts. She left school after a year, got married and moved around the country with her husband before settling in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. While raising her children, Jeanne painted on everything she could get her hands onwalls, canvas, velvet, glass, wood, furniture She painted game boards, theorems, and primitive portraits. This dealer bought all of Jeannes work which included landscapes in the various seasons, water scenes, Amish scenes, Apple Picking scenes/farm scenes, family portraits, children, a Noahs Ark, and all types of pictures with animals. When the relationship dissolved in 2003, Jeanne retired from painting. She dedicated time to her garden and her grandchildren. She painted pictures for family and friends. (Albert Webster Davies) She has no knowledge as to when, why, or how her pictures became attributed to someone other than herself. Now she knows that her work can be sometimes attributed to Albert Webster Davies or some people have been told that she is Grandma Davies. Her spirit broke as she became aware that she is in danger of never getting the recognition or credit for her talent. Her dream almost came true. Unfortunately the recognition was misplaced in some cases. Jeanne Davies is now out of retirement and painting again to try to get the name and credit back that she completely deserves. She deserves to be known. She is using her acrylic paints and her oil paints to continue to turn out lovely paintings in both mediums with the signature Davies on them. There are 2,000 and counting paintings of hers out there. Lets hope people now and in the future will learn that there was a painter named Jeanne Davies and they will see the work she so lovingly created. Written in 2007 by Gail Davies Speers, the artists daughter. The item “FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)” is in sale since Monday, April 24, 2017. This item is in the category “Art\Art from Dealers & Resellers\Paintings”. The seller is “arteantico111″ and is located in New York, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Medium: Oil

FOLK ART PAINTING FAMILY PICKING APPLES JEANNE DAVIES (Listed artist)