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This 44-inch wide by 20-inch high piece of vintage mid-century barkcloth is a reproduction of Grandma Moses' painting "Sugaring Off," which she painted in 1943. The design has lovely scenes of maple sugar time in New England. The entire piece is shown in the third photo (click and Zoom). This piece is repurposed from a vintage drapery panel. It is overall evenly faded, which gives it a wonderful aged, primitive feel. The fabric has a fine pebbly texture. There is a small area of wear on the little girl on the far left side, shown in the last photo. (In my opinion, that area could still be used on a pillow, especially if a light underlining is used.) There is also some faint age yellowing on the piece, most noticeable from the back and on the far left (top in third photo). The yellowing primarily is in the trees, rather than in the people vignettes. The piece has been priced to take the blemishes into account.

For more information about Grandma Moses, a fascinating woman whose paintings are so lovely and unique, visit this link:

Grandma Moses "Sugaring Off" Vintage Barkcloth - 44 by 20 Inches


  • Vintage Supply from the 1950s
  • Material: vintage barkcloth
  • Only ships within United States.
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