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Lot 2165: AFTER CHARLES WILLSON PEALE | George Washington after the Battle of Princeton
January 19, 2017
New York, NY, USALive Auction
Description: oil on canvas
The canvas is lined and there is minor frame abrasion at edges. Under UV: there is inpainting to frame abrasion at edges, primarily in the upper right corner. There are a few spots of inpainting in the lower foreground, the figure's left thigh and the background beneath his hat. There are some other minor scattered dots.
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Dimensions: 40 1/2 by 28 3/4 in.
Literature: George Parker, “Merchants and Planters: American Portraits of the Colonial Period and the Early Republic,” Wisconsin Academy Review: A Journal of Wisconsin Culture, vol. 43, no. 4, Fall 1997, p. 1, illustrated on the cover.
Medium: oil on canvas