|Date||late 19th century, [unlikely Newport]|
The daughter of Captain John Stanton, Lydia Stanton painted this image of a Redhead duck surrounded by shells on a machine made colonial revival screen with a tripod base. Water vegetation painted in fine and dense black lines creates the boarder of the image.
Painting of duck and shells by Lydia Stanton on tip-up screen; machine-made, Colonial Revival screen with tripod base.
|Object Name||Screen, Pole|
|Material||Wood with Glass-Covered Panel|
|Dimensions||H-14 W-17.5 inches|
|Credit line||Bequest of Samuel Gavitt Babcock|
|Provenance||Lydia Stanton (daughter of Capt. John Stanton), Samuel G. Babcock (nephew of Lydia Stanton)|
|Inscriptions and Marks|
Babcock, Samuel Gvitt
|Notes||Redwood Papers (90)|