"A watercolor interpretation of a young wild buffalo roaming the plains. The colors represent the 4 races of Native Americans: black, white, red and yellow. Colorful and loosely painted using the limited palette of three primary watercolors." By Nan Wright
A Quaker Needlework Sampler, early 19th century, cross-stitch sampler worked in silk threads on a linen ground, embellished with alphabet panels above a central floral motif surrounded by geometric half medallions, in shades of green, yellow and pink, (imperfections), 12 x 10 1/2 in., unframed. Skinner 6/5/05
Northern Girl Ad 1962 In 1958, Northern Bath Tissue introduced the "American Beauties" girls in its advertisements. The portraits were painted by the artist Frances Hook and first appeared on the associated packaging in 1959.