Marsh Marigold, 1915.
Margaret, Hannah, Elizabeth, and Mary Frances, also known as the Overbeck sisters. They were American women potters and artists of the Arts and Crafts Movement who established Overbeck Pottery in their home in Cambridge City as their primary source of income.
Hanna was a the skilled sketch artist between the sisters, who also painted with watercolors and such.
At the Overbeck pottery studio Hannah and her sister, Mary Frances, created decorative designs for the sisters pottery. Hannas original motifs were inspired by the nature, such as flowers.
August 28, 1931 Hanna passed away after suffering her last years with chronic neuritis. But she continued to work on her design until her death.
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Fits standard frames.
- Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
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- Giclée printing quality
- Opacity: 94%
- ISO brightness: 104%
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