It's About Time: Dogs & Cats in American Folk Art - Prior-Hamblen School
Anonymous, Les trois dames de Gand
by Ray Hendershot: This is like a moon scape in the PA countryside.
Portrait Madame Lenoir, 1764, Joseph Duplessis Siffred (Paris, Musée du Louvre). The lady represented is the mother of Alexandre Lenoir, founder of the Museum of French Monuments. The artist pays great attention to the rendering of materials such as satin blue dress trimmed with large white knots or marbled paper book.
artist micah williams | Micah Williams 1782-1837 Portrait of John Van de Veer, Artist Gallery Talk
Anne de Lamoignon de Malesherbes, the comtesse Sénozan circa 1751, by Jean Valadel (c) The Detroit Instiute of Arts
Zedekiah Belknap (1781-1858) Portrait of a red-haired gentleman, oil on canvas, 26 x 21½ in. – Literature: American Folk Art (Amherst, Massachusetts, 1974), no. 22. Peter H. Tillou, Where Liberty Dwells: 19th-Century Art by the American People (New York, 1976), figs. 18-19.