Black-Bellied Plover George H. Boyd (1873-1941) Seabrook, NH, c. 1900 11 in. long
A classic Boyd plover in breeding plumage with shoe-button eyes. Excellent original paint with light gunning wear and touch-up to bill.
Provenance: Donald M. Greenwood Collection
Literature: Jim Cullen, "Finely Carved and Nicely Painted: The Life, Art and Decoys of George H. Boyd, Seabrook, NH, 1873-1941," Rye, NH, 2009, pp. 22 and 23, similar decoys illustrated.
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