Pin McIntire Sheaf of Wheat
Sheaf of Wheat
from the collection of the
Peabody Essex Museum
During the Federal era, renowned Salem, Massachusetts, architect and master woodcarver Samuel McIntire (1757-1811) defined many of the symbols of his young nation. This elegant sheaf of wheat, a symbol of prosperity both then and now, is from McIntire's 1804 Gardner-Pingree House, part of the Peabody Essex Museum. Working in the neoclassical style, McIntire employed a variety of decorative devices, such as baskets of fruit and sheaves of wheat. The sheaf of wheat as a decorative motif draws its roots from Greek and Roman mythology.
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