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American Votive Folk Art

American Votive Folk-Art or Immigrant Community Art became stylish back in the early 1900s. This art form began to decline in popularity around 1916, but this community folk-art continued in some isolated towns into the early 1940s. BibleWalk is very honored to display the largest collection of this art form to be found in the United States. This collection of 35 pieces was formerly housed at the Gem Vesper’s Museum in Barton, New York.