Eve Marschark practices the early American decorative art form known as schoolgirl art, which was undertaken by young ladies as part of their education from about 1790 until 1830.
It is also called women’s painted furniture, resurrected by artisan Betsy Krieg Salm, who has written a definitive history of the art form and mentors Marschark so she can help preserve it.
American Schoolgirl Art - Eve Marschark PO Box 397 Bedminster, PA 18910 Phone: 215-795-2023 Email: email@example.com
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