Delaware Discoveries: Girlhood Embroidery

Available for pre-order: Delaware Discoveries: Girlhood Embroidery, 1750–1850. Scholars, collectors, curators, and makers who are interested in the history of samplers will all benefit from the extensive and extraordinary information to be found in this 440 page, full-color tribute to the talented women in Delaware during the 18th and 19th centuries. The book will ship when it arrives in stock around April 1, 2019.
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Delaware Silver

First edition. With contributions by Louisa D. Bartlett. Table of contents, foreword by Karol A. Schmiegel and Linda A. K. Danko, acknowledgments by the author, biographical sketches of known Delaware silver smiths, select bibliography. Color illustrations throughout.
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Rebecca Raubacher Catalog

Rebecca Raubacher: Drawings and Paintings catalogs the Raubachers first solo exhibition at the Biggs Museum of American Art, featuring approximately 80 of Raubacher's works. The exhibition traces the evolution of the artist's unique drawing style and technique and dives deeply in her recent work, focusing mostly on the human figure. Authored by Ryan Grover and Reggie Lynch with a foreward by Charles Guerin. Published by the Sewell C. Biggs Museum of American Art. First Edition.
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Sewell C. Biggs

First edition. Volume I, Decorative Arts with essays by Philip D. Zimmerman and Jennifer Faulds Goldsborough. Table of contents, acknowledgments, list of contributors, introduction by museum director Karol A. Schmiegel. Further contributions by Ronald W. Fuchs II and Deborah E. Kraak. Volume II, Paintings and sculpture with table of contents, essays by William H. Gerdts and Roxanne M. Stanulis. Table of contents, bibliography, makers' index, notes on contributors. Color and black and white illustrations throughout both volumes. With a biographical sketch of the collector. Much information on Delaware craftsmen and artists. Introduction by Karol A. Schmiegel, Director.
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William D. White

This large format, full color catalogue features 150 images on 116 glossy pages. Text includes a memoir, along with a scholarly, but very readable, presentation of William D. White’s 50-year career in the context of the rapid growth and turbulent events of the first half of the 20th Century.
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Wrought with Careful Hand

First edition. Table of contents, foreword by Susan P. Schoelwer, acknowledgments, endnotes, select bibliography, biographical sketches of the authors. Color illustrations throughout. Maps on inside covers. An exhibition of samplers produced in Delaware, mostly early 19th century, with emphasis on kinship connections.
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