The Bear Dance
Item #: 13200731A
53" x 34"
Ships in 10-12 Days
This finely crafted wall tapestry is made in the USA by skilled artisans, using Jacquard looms and pure cotton yarn. An iron rod and finial are included, in addition to brackets and hardware for easy hanging.
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William Holbrook Beard (1825-1900) specialized in satirically guising businessmen, scientists and politicians as animals. "The Bear Dance" is his spoof of conservative financial investors-symbolized by bears-celebrating a profitable business day. Self-taught, Beard’s witty mockery of animals succumbing to human foibles-often drunkenness and infidelity-were met with acclaim, as well as outrage from conservative organizations, the very targets of his ridicule.
American painter William Holbrook Beard (1825-1900) specialized in satirically depicting businessmen, scientists and politicians as animals. A self-taught painter, Beard’s was a prolific artist of invention and originality. His witty mockery of animals succumbing to human foibles, most often drunkenness and infidelity, were met with acclaim. This was not true of the conservative organizations, who were outraged by his representations but largely because they were often the butts of his ridicule. Although his artistic skills were modest, Beard’s work was a vogue sensation in his day.
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