Observations on American Art: Selections from the Writings of John Neal (1793-1876)

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John Neal (from Portland Illustrated, 1874) Frontispiece Facing Page
Gilbert Stuart: Robert Gilmor, Jr. of Baltimorexvi Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
John Wesley Jarvis: Solomon Etting of Baltimorexvii Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore
Benjamin West: Christ Healing the Sick in the Temple4 Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia
Thomas Sully: Washington at the Delaware River Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
John Trumbull: The Declaration of Independence20 U. S. Capitol, Washington, D. C.
Rembrandt Peale: The Court of Death21 The Detroit Institute of Arts
Henry Inman: William C. Macready as William Tell52 Engraved by A. B. Durand after the original owned by The Players, New York City
Richard Corbould: The Parting Hour52 Engraved by G. B. Ellis
Thomas Doughty: The Banks of the Juniata53 Engraved by G. B. Ellis
Thomas Cole: Chocurura's Curse53 Engraved by G. W. Hatch
S.F. B. Morse: The Wife68 Engraved by A. B. Durand
Henry Inman: The Sailor Boy68 Engraved by G. B. Ellis
Thomas Sully: Portrait of the Artist69 The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

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