Charles Willson Peale with patron and populace by Charles Coleman Sellers

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  • Peale, Charles Willson, -- 1741-1827.

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Statementa supplement to Portraits and miniatures by Charles Willson Peale, with a survey of his work in other genres.
SeriesAmerican Philosophical Society, Philadelphia. Transactions, new ser -- v.59, pt.3, Transactions of the American Philosophical Society -- new ser., v. 59, pt. 3
ContributionsSellers, Charles Coleman, 1903-
The Physical Object
Pagination146 p.
Number of Pages146
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Open LibraryOL22145668M

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; Charles Coleman Sellers, Charles Willson Peale, 2 vols. (Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, ), 1: received these two, as well as an unsolicited painting of Peale's wife, entitled Rachel Weeping, and the Bordley portrait.4 An enduring patron and friend, Bordley remained Peale's strongest supporter.

Peale sent an account for Thomas Jefferson Randolph through 25 Dec. in his letter of 23 Dec. (DLC). Boots are foxed by renewing the upper leather (OED description begins James A.

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1 (), pt. 3 (), respectively. The commentary for the following paintings is taken from Charles Cole­ man Sellers, "Charles Willson Peale with Patron and Populace," Trans­ actions of The American Philosophical Society.

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our average of snow in a common winter is I. which cover the ground days in the whole. this winter we have had 29½ I. of snow which covered the ground days. It is high-lighted by a rose-lilac tone found in some portraits by James Peale, and different from the plain blues and greens in known works by Charles Willson Peale.

(b) Jessie J. Poesch attributed them to Charles Willson Peale, and with painter-brothers who collaborated so closely, the matter may remain open to question. and detailed documentation of the art of Charles Willson Peale and his family.

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1.See Charles Coleman Sellers, Charles Willson Peale with Patron and Populace, vol. 59 (American Philosophical Society, ), As Robin Jaffe Frank so beautifully put it in her book on miniatures, “Regardless of whether the sitters’ accomplishments remain memorable to us today, the existence of their likenesses in miniature means that Author: Pamela Ehrlich.Self-Portrait with Angelica and Portrait of Rachel.

The Museum of Fine Arts Houston. This painting is an appropriate self-portrait of Charles Willson Peale working on a portrait of his first wife, Rachel Brewer Peale, with their daughter, Angelica Kauffman, standing behind him with her hand on the end of his brush, symbolic for continuing within the profession of her father.

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