Southern Coin Silver and Antiques from Shelton Gallery
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Pre 1970 item #1250613 (stock #wirehearse)
Shelton Gallery Antiques and Fine Art
$1,250.00
This is an amazing sculpture entitled " Horse-drawn Hearse Carrying a Coffin with Body Inside". This piece measures 24" x 8" x 7". In perfect condition. Self-taught sculptor Vannoy Streeter was known as “Wireman” because of the fanciful creations he fashioned from coat hangers and metal wire. Best known for his depictions of the Tennessee Walking Horse, Streeter also created scores of other images using wrapped and twisted wire...
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 2000 item #1177261 (stock #chickenfight)
Shelton Gallery Antiques and Fine Art
$2500.00
This is an amazing sculpture carved from one pieces of wood. This piece features two men engaged in watching a chicken fight. One man scratches his head and the other sits coyly in a tai-chi inspired position. This piece measures 11 x 11.75 x 7. This is a serious collector piece that is representative of true Southern Folk Art.
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Wood : Contemporary item #1126046 (stock #LewisCrow)
Shelton Gallery Antiques and Fine Art
$275.00
Wonderful hand carved, hand painted black crow by Kentucky outsider artist Tim Lewis. Dimensions are 17" long, 8.5" tall, and 4" deep.
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 2000 item #1074746 (stock #SRHeadlessMa)
Shelton Gallery Antiques and Fine Art
$450.00
SULTON ROGERS (b. 1922-d. 2004) was the last of the Mississippi self-taught wood carvers and one of the greatest. He settled in Syracuse, New York, and learned something about carving from his father when he was young, taking it up again when he needed something to keep him awake during night shifts at a chemical plant. He eventually moved back to Mississippi to be with his people...
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Pre 2000 item #1074743 (stock #DextrousCoup)
Shelton Gallery Antiques and Fine Art
$550.00
SULTON ROGERS (b. 1922-d. 2004) was the last of the Mississippi self-taught wood carvers and one of the greatest. He settled in Syracuse, New York, and learned something about carving from his father when he was young, taking it up again when he needed something to keep him awake during night shifts at a chemical plant. He eventually moved back to Mississippi to be with his people...