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AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY)
AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY)
AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY)
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THE SIEGMUND COLLECTION OF AMERICAN FOLK ART
AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY)

Portrait of a Gentleman with The New-Yorker

Details
AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) Portrait of a Gentleman with The New-Yorker oil on canvas 38 x 27 in. (sight) Painted in 1834-1837
Provenance
Dave Pottinger, Topeka, Indiana
Literature
Elizabeth V. Warren, Made in New York City: The Business of Folk Art (New York, 2019), p. 33.
Exhibited
New York, American Folk Art Museum, Made in New York City: The Business of Folk Art, 19 March - 28 July 2019.

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The New-Yorker was a literary magazine published by Horace Greely starting in 1834. However, the publication was short-lived as it closed during the Panic of 1837. It can be presumed that this portrait was painted during those years.

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