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Folk art is known as an art produced from an by peasants (antique) or other laboring people and trade professionals, not professionally trained artists. Folk art is also known as a primitive art. Being the opposite of fine art, it is a naive art style, in which the laws of proportion and perspective are not employed. Yet that’s what gives them that special charm that folk art lovers are after.This style of art employs many names - common folk art, tribal art, naive art, outsider art, popular art, primitive art, tramp ark, working class art, just to name a few.
American folk art prints, or American primitive art prints are perfect for adding that vintage charm and old roots to a home or an office.
A Terrier, My Dog by Susan Waters | Fine Art Print
David Leedom Farm, 1849 by Edward Hicks | Fine Art Print
Farmhouse in Mahantango Valley by 19th c. American Artist | Fine Art Print
Mahantango Valley Farm by 19th c. American Artist | Fine Art Print
New England Farm in Winter by 19th c. American Artist | Fine Art Print
Amzi Emmons Zeliff
The Barnyard by Amzi Emmons Zeliff | Fine Art Print
The Residence of David Twining by Edward Hicks | Fine Art Print
View of Cornell Farm by Edward Hicks | Fine Art Print