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The Hours

The Hours

Samuel Shelley (British, London 1756–1808 London)

Mrs. James Lowndes (Catherine Osborn)

Mrs. James Lowndes (Catherine Osborn)

Edward Greene Malbone (1777–1807)

Mrs. Thomas Sully (Sarah Annis)

Mrs. Thomas Sully (Sarah Annis)

Sarah Annis (1779-1867) of Annapolis was first married to Lawrence Sully (q.v.). Following Lawrence's death, she married his younger brother Thomas in June 1806. Thomas Sully (American, Horncastle, Lincolnshire... more

Susan Poinsett

Susan Poinsett

The sitter (?-1804) was the sister of Joel Roberts Poinsett (38.165.30). Edward Greene Malbone (1777–1807)

Henry Hope (1735/36–1811), after Jones

Henry Hope (1735/36–1811), after Jones

Henry Bone (British, Truro 1755–1834 Somerstown)

Mrs. Anstis Stone

Mrs. Anstis Stone

William Verstille (American, Boston, Massachusetts 1757–1803 Boston, Massachusetts)

Robert Stuart

Robert Stuart

Robert Stuart was a resident of Baltimore. Robert Field (American (born England), Gloucestershire ca. 1769–1819 Kingston, Jamaica)

Robert Gilmor Sr.

Robert Gilmor Sr.

Field copied Gilbert Stuart's 1803 portrait of the Scottish-born Baltimore merchant Robert Gilmor Sr. (1748-1822). Stuart's portrait is in the Baltimore Museum of Art. Robert Field (American (born England), Glo... more

Sarah Louisa Jenkins

Sarah Louisa Jenkins

The sitter was the daughter of the Baltimore merchant Michael Jenkins. Robert Field (American (born England), Gloucestershire ca. 1769–1819 Kingston, Jamaica)

Elizabeth Bushby

Elizabeth Bushby

Andrew Plimer (British, 1763–1837)

Lady Hester King (died 1873)

Lady Hester King (died 1873)

John Hoppner (British, London 1758–1810 London)

Self-portrait

Self-portrait

Thomas Gimbrede (American (born France), 1781–1832 Westpoint, New York)

Captain Graham

Captain Graham

Andrew Robertson (British, Aberdeen, Scotland 1777–1845 London)

Mrs. Fox

Mrs. Fox

Benjamin Trott (ca. 1770–1843)

Mrs. Nathaniel Bowen (Margaret Blake)

Mrs. Nathaniel Bowen (Margaret Blake)

Margaret Blake (1788-1862) married the Reverend Nathaniel Bowen, rector of St. Michael's Church, Charleston. Jean Francois de la Vallee (active 1785–1815)

View in the Stables of the Villa of Maecenas, Tivoli

View in the Stables of the Villa of Maecenas, Tivoli

François Marius Granet (French, Aix-en-Provence 1775–1849 Aix-en-Provence)

Johannis Van Kouwenhoven

Johannis Van Kouwenhoven

Johannis Van Kouwenhoven (1781-1838) was the brother of Gerrit Van Kouwenhoven (1787-1854; 48.56.1); they were both of Flatlands, Long Island, New York. Johannis was the donor's great-granduncle.

William Eustis

William Eustis

Gilbert Stuart (American, North Kingston, Rhode Island 1755–1828 Boston, Massachusetts)

An Interesting Story (Miss Ray)

An Interesting Story (Miss Ray)

William Wood (British, 1769–1810)

Rudolphus Bogert

Rudolphus Bogert

Rudolphus Bogert (1766-1842) lived in New York City. Parmenas Howell (1784–1808)

Jean-Victor Moreau

Jean-Victor Moreau

Charles Balthazar Julien Févret de Saint-Mémin (1770–1852) Made in France

Mrs. John Murray

Mrs. John Murray

John Trumbull (American, Lebanon, Connecticut 1756–1843 New York)

Mrs. Robert Macomb (Mary Cornell Pell )

Mrs. Robert Macomb (Mary Cornell Pell )

Mary Cornell Pell (1785-?) was the daughter of Elijah Pell. She married Robert Macomb on November 3, 1806. Edward Greene Malbone (1777–1807)

John Murray

John Murray

John Trumbull (American, Lebanon, Connecticut 1756–1843 New York)

Gentleman of the Hale Family

Gentleman of the Hale Family

William Jennys (active 1790s–1807)

William Burrows

William Burrows

William Burrows (1785-1813) was a naval officer from Philadelphia. He died in battle on his ship, the Enterprise. Anson Dickinson (1779–1852)

Dr. Henry Nicolls Kitchin

Dr. Henry Nicolls Kitchin

The sitter was one of the country's first brain surgeons; he lived in Philadelphia, where he was affiliated with Hahnemann Hospital. James Peale (American, Chestertown, Maryland 1749–1831 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

Mrs. Robert Dickey (Anne Brown)

Mrs. Robert Dickey (Anne Brown)

John Wesley Jarvis (American (born England), South Shield 1780–1840 New York)

Robert Dickey

Robert Dickey

John Wesley Jarvis (American (born England), South Shield 1780–1840 New York)

J. W. Gale
Thomas Howard (1585–1646), Second Earl of Arundel, after Rubens

Thomas Howard (1585–1646), Second Earl of Arundel, after Rubens

Henry Bone (British, Truro 1755–1834 Somerstown)

Cyrus Mansfield

Cyrus Mansfield

Samuel F. B. Morse (American, Charlestown, Massachusetts 1791–1872 New York)

The Billiard Room

The Billiard Room

Nicolas Antoine Taunay (French, Paris 1755–1830 Paris)

Philip Van Cortlandt

Philip Van Cortlandt

Ezra Ames (American, Framingham, Massachusetts 1768–1836 Albany, New York)

Benjamin Chew Wilcocks

Benjamin Chew Wilcocks

The sitter (1776-1845) was the grandson of Benjamin Chew, chief justice of Pennsylvania from 1775 to 1777. Benjamin Trott (ca. 1770–1843)

Count Alexander Ivanovich Sollogoub (1788–1844)

Count Alexander Ivanovich Sollogoub (1788–1844)

Domenico Bossi (Italian, Venetian, 1765–1853)

Eliza Hall

Eliza Hall

The sitter (1789-1872) was the artist's sister. Anne Hall (1792–1863)

Alexander Henry Durdin

Alexander Henry Durdin

The sitter was identified by a previous owner. Benjamin Trott (ca. 1770–1843)

John Cox

John Cox

John Cox (1795-1871), who lived in Boston, married Thankful Harris Gore in 1817. Henry Williams (American, Boston, Massachusetts 1787–1830 Boston, Massachusetts)

Napoléon I (1769–1821)

Napoléon I (1769–1821)

Jean-Baptiste Isabey (French, Nancy 1767–1855 Paris)

Mrs. John Cox (Mrs. Thankful Harris Gore)

Mrs. John Cox (Mrs. Thankful Harris Gore)

Thankful Harris Gore married John Cox in Boston in 1817, at the age of nineteen. Henry Williams (American, Boston, Massachusetts 1787–1830 Boston, Massachusetts)

View of Sorrento

View of Sorrento

Italian (?), early 19th century (possibly attributed to "Gargiullo")

Mr. Cook

Mr. Cook

James (or John) W. Cook (or Cooke) was the first husband of Anna Milner, who married James Jarvis in 1817, after Cook's death. The miniature descended in her family. John Wesley Jarvis (American (born England),... more

Hope
Edward Coverly

Edward Coverly

Henry Williams (American, Boston, Massachusetts 1787–1830 Boston, Massachusetts)

Mrs. Cephas Thompson (Olivia Leonard)

Mrs. Cephas Thompson (Olivia Leonard)

Cephas Thompson (1775–1856)

Mrs. Stephen Van Rensselaer III (Cornelia Paterson)

Mrs. Stephen Van Rensselaer III (Cornelia Paterson)

The sitter (1780-1844) was the daughter of William Paterson, who was appointed associate justice of the Supreme Court by George Washington. Nathaniel Rogers (q.v.) also portrayed her. Robert Fulton (American, L... more