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Call #:
1973.88.1
Title:
John Carter
Collection type:
Paintings
Author/Creator :
  • DeNevers, L.
  • Date:
    1920
    Object type:
    8: Communication Artifact; Art; Painting, Portrait
    Materials:
    oil
    canvas
    Place of production/origin:
    United States, Rhode Island, Providence
    Description:
    Right profile view of man in black coat with white shirt and stock. His hair is pulled back with queue. There is a dark ground and it is in a gilt frame. Copy of painting by Samuel Brown, 1853.
    Dimensions:
    Height:27 in x Width:22 in
    Research Notes:
    John Carter (1745 - 1814) apprenticed to Benjamin Franklin as printer. He lived at Shakespeare's Head, Meeting Street in Providence.
    Bibliographic References:
    (Goodyear Jr., Frank H. American Paintings in the Rhode Island Historical Society. Providence, RI: the Rhode Island Historical Society, 1974. Image 153, page 100.)
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