American Children Note Card Folio


  • Images from the American Folk Art Museum collection
  • 10 cards, 10 images; 4.5″ x 6.5″

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In the settlements of the East Coast during the Colonial period, portraiture was the most important form of painting. Artists generally focused on that which they considered most important in a portrait: the material wealth of the subjects as shown by their clothing and accessories. These enchanting portraits of children, all from the American Folk Art Museum collection, charm the observer.

Features 10 cards, 10 images; 4.5″ x 6.5″, blank inside.

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Shipping Weight 1 lbs
SKU: 16-FF004