Celebrating the common colonial practice of wall stenciling in homes, this survey of a lost art features 150 images from a wide variety of houses that reveal a variety of stylistic influences, designs, regional styles, and more. (House a Home)He, in fact, was a practicing wall stenciler, perhaps the earliest of his group, and taught his son Moses Eaton, ... Junior became the most documented stencil artist to date and, along with his father, can take credit for the liona#39;s share of the ... Its contents make a statement about the work ... It contained eight large, round, very worn brushes, with bits of paint stuck in the bristles, and seventy-eight stencilsanbsp;...
|Title||:||American Wall Stenciling, 1790-1840|
|Author||:||Ann Eckert Brown|
|Publisher||:||UPNE - 2003|