Four Powder Horns: The British, The Turkish, The Fort Hunter, and The Castleton Vermont Priming Horns (F-13), Two with Both Sides Depicted
Black and brown ink and wash, watercolor, gouache, collage, and graphite, with selective glazing on green paper
Overall: 10 5/8 x 15 in. ( 27 x 38.1 cm )
inscriptions: not signed
Inscribed at upper center in brown ink: "PRIMING HORNS / IN WHICH VERY FINE POWDER / WAS CARRIED TO PRIME WITH."; at upper right above vignette: "owned by J.D. HOPE...came from CASTELTON[sic] / RUTLAND Co Vermont. / 1888"; at lower right: "Found when / repairing an / old building....near / FORT HUNTER / Montgomery Co. / N.Y / 1889."; at lower center beow vignette: "TURKISH..."; at middle left: "TWO VIEWS OF AN ANCIENT WOODEN PRG.[priming] horn / ABSTRACTED FROM WINDSOR CASTLE...", followed by a
Gift of Isaac J. Greenwood
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