Highlights from the Fielding Collection of Early American Art: Collecting
Jonathan and Karin Fielding talk about their collection and their interest in the pieces with respect to how they were made and used. The couple focused specifically on American ingenuity manifested in utilitarian American art by craftspeople in rural New England from the 18th through 19th centuries.
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