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American School, Portrait of a Lady, Oil Painting, Late 18th Century

Item Details

Artist unknown, American School
Untitled (Portrait), late 18th century
Oil painting on canvas
Unsigned
Presented in a gilt frame

An late 18th century American School portrait oil painting. This painting depicts a naive portrait of a young girl wearing period clothing. The subject has petite hands, broad shoulders, hair rolled neatly into sausage curls, and a patient demeanor against a shadowy blueish-black backdrop. Attached to the verso is a handwritten card attributing the sitter as Priscilla Cartwright, grand daughter of General William Floyd (American, 1734 – 1821), a soldier and politician from New York and a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence.

Provenance
Acquired from Valdemar F. Jacobsen, Huntington, NY, December 24, 1964.

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Condition

- to fair; inpainting present to lower left and patch with inpainting to lower center; craquelure to painting; warping to canvas; accretions, surface abrasions, and chips to edges of frame; gap to top left corner of frame; toning and accretions to verso of canvas

Dimensions

34.5" W x 41.5" H x 1.5" D

- measures frame; visible image measures 28.25" W x 35.5" H

Item #

18DCC584-154

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