AMERICAN CARVED CHERRY PAIR OF INTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL PANELS, probably flanking a stage, each finely carved with an upper Federal spread-wing eagle above scrolls and acanthus leaves. Early paint-over-gesso surfaces. Circa 1810. 64" x 22" OA. Provenance: Property of a Shenandoah Co., Virginia collector.
Recently discovered in a barn near Mt. Jackson, Shenandoah County, VA.
Good as-found condition, one with old replacement to right edge, other with small replacement to left edge, wear and losses to paint.