: Produced by Seymour Lindsey between 1876-1927, this paper cut-out depicts two trees, two dogs, a rabbit, and birds in the trees and flying above. The white and gray cut paper is mounted to a blue background and is stored in a frame under glass. A handwritten note on the back of the piece reads "#158 from Harry Hartman 1965 / From Garth Oberlander Collection / Oct. 25, 26, 1968 Lot #495." Lindsay (1848-1927) was a self-taught folk artist who was born and lived near Lexington, Ohio, in Richland County. Along with paper-cutting, he left his mark through work including barn murals, interior painting, woodcarving and painted signs. View on Ohio Memory.
: H23123 Subjects
: Paper; Folk art; Art, American--Ohio; Dogs; Trees; Birds; Nature Places
: Lexington (Ohio); Richland County (Ohio)