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D. Parker, 1898. 31 Calligraphy bird in Cora Fiske’s album by A. L. Woods, 1884. Vine with flowers in Cora Fiske’s album by Genevieve Bush, 1883. Tokens of Love Both love and friendship inspired many works of folk art, but only love inspired both tears of happiness and sobs of desolation. Men and women through the centuries have been pouring their hearts out in the form of drawing and paintings, tokens of their love and affection. Some are simple drawings, while others are elaborately colored paintings.
She was totally modest about her success,” Bachert remembers. “She never changed her way of life, she didn’t spend more on herself. ” Grandma Moses was at ease with her fame, and was never pompous or fazed by success, according to Bachert. By the time of her death at the age of 101, Grandma Moses was a world-famous artist whose paintings were bought by collectors and whose scenes appeared on countless millions of Christmas cards. She had even been featured in Time and Life magazines. Though she started late in life, Grandma Moses completed over 1,500 works of art before her death.
Local publishing companies caught on to the craze by the early 19th century and printed blank certificates to be hand-colored and filled in by their users or hired artists. Angels were commonly shown on these certificates. Though these certificates are known as fraktur, the names written on them were not always done in fraktur style, but sometimes in script. Bookplates and bookmarks. By the 18th century, chances were good that an average family owned some books. Decorated bookplates and bookmarks were small but beautiful reminders of how treasured books were.