Wood Handy Man

This carved and painted figure stands 52 inches tall and has marble eyes and shaped tin ears. The arms were carved separately and are moveable with metal pins.
The figure is one of a group of figures and animals that were found in Ohio or Indiana by an unknown artist with related tin ears and marble eyes. The American Folk Art Museum
has a grouping donated from the Dorothy and Leo Rabkin Collection. The figure stands on a black wooden base.
There is a restoration to the shoulder of one arm previously.
52 x 17 12 inches