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    On your Folk Art Tree assessment sheet give the name of one of
    the Folk Art works below and describe why you like it
    What qualities do you see in the work that characterize it as Folk Art.  
    Africa  
     
    AFRICA
    Karol Kozlowski (1885–1969)

    Brooklyn, New York

    1920–1935

    Oil on canvas

    29 x 51 in.

     
    Bethesda Fountain  

    BETHESDA FOUNTAIN

    Vestie Davis (1903–1978)

    New York City

    1964

    Oil on canvas

    18 x 24 in.

    Celebration  

    CELEBRATION

    Eddie Arning (1898–1993)

    Austin, Texas

    1965

    Oil pastel on laid paper

    21 7/8 x 31 7/8 in.

    Embroidery  
     
    EMBROIDERY

    Artist unidentified

    Vicinity of Albany, New York

    1858–1863

    Cotton, wool, silk, and ink with silk embroidery

    84 1/2 x 69 5/8 in.

    Friendship  

    FRIENDSHIP

    Sénèque Obin (1893–1977)

    Haiti

    c. 1950–1955

    Oil on board

    20 x 15 in.

    Harbor Scene  

    HARBOR SCENE ON CAPE COD

    Artist unidentified

    Massachusetts

    1890–1900

    Oil on canvas

    23 x 31 3/4 in.

    Houses and 200 Animals  
     
    HOUSES AND TWO HUNDRED ANIMALS

    John Podhorsky (dates unknown)

    Auburn, California

    c. 1950s

    Pencil, colored pencil, and crayon on paper

    24 x 35 1/2 in.

    Sallie Hathaway Embroidery  

    SALLIE HATHAWAY EMBROIDERY

    (1782–1851)

    Probably Massachusetts or New York

    c. 1794

    Silk on silk

    17 x 20 1/4 in.

    Scenic Wall  

    SCENIC WALL

    Attributed to the Bear and Pears Artist

    Thornton, New Hampshire

    1800–1825

    Water-based paint on lime, sand, and horsehair plaster over spruce laths

    82 1/2 x 148 1/2 in.

    Untitled  

    UNTITLED

    Artist unidentified

    Probably Pennsylvania

    c. 1840

    Watercolor, ink, and pencil on paper

    5 5/8 x 7 1/2 in.