Seamstress at Fort Ticonderoga
by Diana Miller
With endless chores to do the seamstress takes a break to mend her husbands’ shirts. She sits in a corner with her humble wood sewing bowl and refreshes herself with a mug of apple cider.
This is a scene of early America showing a young woman mending shirts. Painted in oil’s warm colors it radiates the warmth of hearth and home. The painting is framed in a simple black frame.