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Maternal cares

Maternal cares

Little girl at small table with dolls and toy china. Color repro. of watercolor by Maud Humphrey, copyrighted by Frederick A. Stokes Co. This record contains unverified data from caption card. Caption card trac... more

Maternal happiness

Maternal happiness

Currier & Ives : a catalogue raisonné / compiled by Gale Research. Detroit, MI : Gale Research, c1983, no. 4427

Maternal caress

Maternal caress

Title from Beall. Signed in pencil on lower right, below plate. Signed with artist's monogram stamp on bottom center of plate. Inscribed in pencil on lower right corner: Imprimée par l'artiste et M. Leroy. Insc... more

Maternal caress

Maternal caress

Title from Beall. Signed in pencil on lower right, below plate. Signed with artist's monogram stamp on bottom center of plate. Inscribed in pencil on lower right corner: Imprimée par l'artiste et M. Leroy. Insc... more

Maternal caress

Maternal caress

Title from Beall. Signed in pencil on lower right, below plate. Signed with artist's monogram stamp on bottom center of plate. Inscribed in pencil on lower right corner: Imprimée par l'artiste et M. Leroy. Insc... more

Maternal caress

Maternal caress

Title from Beall. Signed in pencil on lower right, below plate. Signed with artist's monogram stamp on bottom center of plate. Inscribed in pencil on lower right corner: Imprimée par l'artiste et M. Leroy. Insc... more

Maternal love / A.F. Tait, N.Y., 1868.

Maternal love / A.F. Tait, N.Y., 1868.

Doe licking the head of her fawn in forest. Signed on stone: W. Harring, chr.(?)

Maternal love / A.F. Tait, N.Y., 1868.

Maternal love / A.F. Tait, N.Y., 1868.

Doe licking the head of her fawn in forest. Signed on stone: W. Harring, chr.(?)

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