Floral Motifs on Early Chintz
Anemone coronaria - Double Anemone
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Quilts with one or both of the above Anemone coronaria (Double Anemone) motifs:
  • Private collection of Martha Laird Harris Washam, Medallion Quilt Made by Elizabeth Brice Cochrane Harris (Gingles) in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, North Carolina Quilts, p. 53, c. 1830-1840  
  • Private collection of Nell Freeze Corzine, Central Diamond Medallion Quilt Made by Mary Ann Young in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, North Carolina Quilts, pp. 54-55, c. 1830-1840   
  • Private collection of Virginia Williams Kennickell, Medallion Quilt, North Carolina Quilts, p. 62, c. 1830-1840
  • Charleston Museum, Chintz Applique Quilt, Object Number HT 586, c. 1840   
  • Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Appliqued and Pieced Quilt by the Boyle Sisters, Quilts of Virginia 1607-1899: The Birth of America Through the Eye of a Needle, p. 115, c. 1830-1845
Chintz with one or both of the above Anemone coronaria (Double Anemone) motifs: 
  • Victoria and Albert Museum, Bed Cover Block Printed Cotton Made by John Bury, Object Number CIRC.606-1956, c. 1815
  • Panel 1 in Appendix I of Merikay Waldvogel, "Printed Panels for Chintz Quilts: Their Origin and Use," Uncoverings 34 (2013): 124.
Also, check out the December 3, 2018 Chintz Panels in Quilts blog (https://chintzpanelquilt.blogspot.com/2018/12/panel-1-oval-bouquet-with-primroses.html) by Merikay Waldvogel and Barbara Brackman for several pictures, citations,  and more information about the printed panel on which this motif occurs.
Waldvogel Panel 2
Quilts with the above Anemone coronaria (Double Anemone)  motif: 
  • Private collection of Parks Hutchinson Dalton, Central Diamond Medallion Quilt Made by Ann Adeline Orr Parks in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, North Carolina Quilts, p. 50, c. 1830 
  • Private collection of Charles Orr Dalton, Central Diamond Medallion Quilt Made by Ann Adeline Orr Parks in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, North Carolina Quilts, p. 51, c. 1826   
  • Collection of the Carson House, Marion, NC, Floral Wreath Medallion made by Kadella, a slave owned by Colonel John Carson, North Carolina Quilts, p. 61, c. 1820-1840 
  • Charleston Museum, Chintz Applique Quilt, Object Number HT 740, c. 1840
  • Charleston Museum, Chintz Applique Quilt, Object Number HT 584, c. 1830
  • Charleston Museum, Chintz Applique Quilt, Object Number HT 742, c. 1840
  • International Quilt Study Center and Museum, Ardis and Robert James Collection, Medallion Quilt, Object Number 2007.030.0004, 1830-1840
  • International Quilt Study Center and Museum, IQSCM General Collection, Medallion Quilt, Object Number 2007.040.0001, 1830-1850
  • International Quilt Study Center and Museum, Byron and Sara Rhodes Dillow Collection, Medallion Quilt, Object Number 2008.040.0032, dated 1852
 Chintz with the above Anemone coronaria (Double Anemone) motif: 
  • The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Quilt Center Printed Textile, Object Number 1969.3247, c.1820.
  • Panel 2 in Appendix I of Merikay Waldvogel, "Printed Panels for Chintz Quilts: Their Origin and Use," Uncoverings 34 (2013): 124.
  • Also, check out the December 17, 2018 Chintz Panels in Quilts blog (https://chintzpanelquilt.blogspot.com/2018/12/panel-1-oval-bouquet-with-primroses.html) by Merikay Waldvogel and Barbara Brackman for several pictures, citations,  and more information about the printed panel on which this motif occurs.
Anemone coronaria (Double Anemone) from Metropolitan Museum of Art, Chintz Appliqued Quilt, 1820-1830
Quilts with the above Anemone coronaria (Double Anemone)  motif: 
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art, Chintz Appliqued Quilt, Accession Number 1971.180.130, 1820-1830
  • Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of American Art, Annie Righton Smith Quilt, Calico & Chintz: Antique Quilts From the Collection of Patricia S. Smith, pp. 96-97, c. 1840
Chintz with the above  Anemone coronaria (Double Anemone) motif: 
  • Panel 4 in Appendix I of Merikay Waldvogel, "Printed Panels for Chintz Quilts: Their Origin and Use," Uncoverings 34 (2013): 124.
 
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© Updated 12/13/2018    Author:  Terry Terrell