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The creator of this bowl, Madeline Yale Wynne, was a nationally known artist who spent many years summering in Deerfield Massachusetts. Her specialties included raffia basketmaking and work in metal. This copper bowl, decorated with daffodils, shows obvious marks of having been hand-made as opposed to machine-made. The Arts and Crafts Movement of the early twentieth century valued hand-made objects.

 

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Daffodil bowl

artisan   Madeline Yale Wynne (1847-1918)
date   1899
location   Deerfield, Massachusetts
diameter   8.0"
height   4.0"
process/materials   copper with tin overlay
item type   Art/Decorative Arts - Metalwork
accession #   #1996.33.02


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"The Society of Deerfield Industries"

Madeline Yale Wynne Metalwork

Madeline Yale Wynne (1847-1918)

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"Expansion of Deerfield Arts and Crafts"


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