Floral Motifs on Early Chintz
Anemone coronaria - Double Anemone
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Quilts with different Anemone coronaria (Double Anemone)  motifs: 
  • Collection of M. Finkel & Daughter, "To Mary E. Price from her mother/ 1847" Quilt, Forget Me Not: A Gallery of Friendship and Album Quilts, p. 18, 1847
  • Private Collection of Mr. & Mrs. Warren Schlenker, Elizabeth Dahle quilt, A Maryland Album, p. 12, c. 1840
  • American Folk Art Museum, Chintz Applique Quilt with Chintz Border Possibly Made in New England, Object Number P1.1995.5, 1835-1850
  • The Castle Museum, York, Printed Chintz Centerpieces, The Quilts of the British Isles, p. 84, early nineteenth century
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art, Sarah Flickwir Quilt, Object Number 1952-63-1, dated 1840-1846
  • Shelburne Museum, Chintz Floral Quilt Made by a Member of the Ridgley Family, Object Number 10-145 (1954-492), early 19th century
  • Private Collection Courtesy of Susan Aasen McGregor, Pieced and Appliqued Quilt, Quilts of Virginia 1607-1899: The Birth of America Through the Eye of a Needle, p. 32, c. 1840
  • Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Baltimore Chintz Appliqued Counterpane Made by Achsah Goodwin Wilkins and Unidentified African Americans, Four Centuries of Quilts: The Colonial Williamsburg Collection, p. 195, Object number 2009.609.1, c.1820
  • The Denver Art Museum, Anna E. Perrine Quilt, Denver Art Museum Object Number 1985-300, 1842-1843
  • The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Eliza Ely Bready Quilt, Quilts in a Material World: Selections from the Winterthur Collection, p. 78, Object Number 1963.0086, 1815-1840
  • The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Chintz Applique Medallion Quilt with stuffed work, Object Number 1960.1024, c. 1825 
  • The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Sophia Myers Pearce Quilt, Object Number 1996.0011, 1820-1830s
  • Private Collection Courtesy of Kelter-Malce Antiques, New York, Framed Medallion Quilt, Crib Quilts and Other Smal Wonders, p. 24, second quarter nineteenth century
  • Collection of Linda and Irwin Berman, Central Medallion Framed by Flying Geese and LeMoyne Stars, Crib Quilts and Other Smal Wonders, p. 29, c. 1850
  • International Quilt Study Center and Museum, Star of Bethlehem with Cut-Out Chintz Applique, Object Number IQSCM1997.007.0369, c. 1830-1850
  • International Quilt Study Center and Museum, Ardis and Robert James Collection, Tree of Life, Object Number 2007.034.0001, 1790-1810
  • International Quilt Study Center and Museum, Ardis and Robert James Collection, Medallion Quilt, Object Number 2006.003.0004, 1820-1840
  • International Quilt Study Center and Museum, Marie M. and Emma Fish Album Quilt, Object Number 2005.053.0003, dated 1843
  • International Quilt Study Center and Museum, Ardis and Robert James Collection, Bars and Flying Geese Quilt, Object Number 1997.007.0486, 1830-1850
  • International Quilt Study Center and Museum, Byron and Sara Rhodes Dillow Collection, Tree of Life Quilt, Object Number 2008.040.0001, 1780-1800
  •  International Quilt Study Center and Museum, Tree of Life Quilt, Object Number 2007.034.0001. 1790-1810
  • The Massilon Museum, Broderie Perse Quilt, Treasury of American Quilts, p. 146, 1835-1846
  • Charleston Museum, Mary Lucy Sandiford Barnes Quilt, Shelving Locator HT 591, dated 1854
  • Charleston Museum, Chintz Applique Quilt, Object Number 1988.16.1, Shelving Locator 1988.16, c. 1830
  • Private Collection of Phyllis Haders, Broderie Perse Pieced and Appliqued Quilt, America's Glorious Quilts, p. 49, c. 1830
  • Shelburne Museum, Kiggins Pieced Quilt, America's Glorious Quilts, p. 275, 1852
  
Chintz with different  Anemone coronaria (Double Anemone) motifs: 
  • Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of American Art, Fabric Fragment, Calico & Chintz: Antique Quilts From the Collection of Patricia S. Smith, p. 121 Plate 45, c. 1825-1835
  • The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Plate Printed Fabric Panel, Object Number 1957.0078, 1750-1760
  • The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Block Printed Furniture Chintz, Object Number 1959.0085.005, c. 1795
  • The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Block Printed Furniture Chintz with Pillars, Object Number 1970.0235, 1820-1830
  • The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Pillar-Print Furniture Chintz, Object Number 1969.3787, 1820s-30s
  • The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Pillar-Print Furniture Chintz, Object Number 1967.0079, 1820s-30s
  • The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Furniture Print Chintz, Object Number 1960.0161.004, c. 1830
  • The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Furniture Print Chintz, Object Number 1959.0084.015, c. 1834 (AQSG Print)
  • The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Printed Textile, Object Number 1979.0058.041, 1820-1830

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© Updated 1/7/2019    Author:  Terry Terrell