Signed on face: "S. HOADLEY, PLYMOUTH"; signed on case: "U.N. Dyer, House & Sign Painter. No. Appleton"
H.: 195.6 cm (77 in.)
Bessie Bennett, Laura T. Magnuson and Wendel Fentress Ott endowments
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Mark Sisco, “Appleton, Main, Folk Artist Uriah Dyer,” Maine Antique Digest 20, 1 (Jan. 1992), 2E (ill.).
Judith A. Barter et al., American Arts at The Art Institute of Chicago: From Colonial Times to World War I (Art Institute of Chicago, 1998), 231–33, no. 106.
Judith A. Barter and Monica Obniski, “For Kith and Kin: The Folk Art Collection at the Art Institute of Chicago,” (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago/Yale University Press, 2012) no. 45.
Dr. Phineas A. Crooker, Washington, Maine, by 1884; by descent to Ruth Crooker, Maine, by 1990; Mark Jewell, Auctioneer, Gray, Maine, 1990; Charles Buckley, Mont Vernon, New Hampshire, 1990; Peter Sawyer Antiques, Exeter, New Hampshire, 1996; sold to The Art Institute of Chicago, 1996.
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