- Identification and Creation
- Object Number
George Linen, American (Greenlaw, Scotland 1802 - 1888 New York, NY)
Previously attributed to Henry Inman, American (Utica, NY 1801 - 1846 New York, NY)
- James Gallatin (1796-1876)
- Work Type
- Persistent Link
- Physical Descriptions
- Oil on wood panel
- oval: 17.5 x 15.2 cm (6 7/8 x 6 in.)
framed: 24.1 x 19.7 x 3.2 cm (9 1/2 x 7 3/4 x 1 1/4 in.)
- Inscriptions and Marks
- inscription: on verso: Son of Albert/Gallatin and author/of the Diary, Purchased/from Dorothy Gallatin?/1939. [In pcl:] 18[37?]. Bernard H. Cone Collection. L2758.3
- Dorothy (Mrs. Francis) Gallatin; sold to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard H. Cone, New York, NY; sold to Grenville L. Winthrop, New York, NY; his bequest to the Fogg Art Museum, 1943.
- Acquisition and Rights
- Credit Line
- Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Bequest of Grenville L. Winthrop
- Accession Year
- Object Number
- European and American Art
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- Publication History
Kenyon Castle Bolton, III, Peter G. Huenink, Earl A. Powell III, Harry Z. Rand, and Nanette C. Sexton, American Art at Harvard, exh. cat., Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, MA, 1972), cat. 45, ill.
Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr. and Melissa Renn, American Paintings at Harvard, Volume One: Paintings, Watercolors, and Pastels by Artists Born before 1826, Yale University Press (U.S.) and Harvard Art Museums (Cambridge and New Haven, 2014), pp. 340-41, cat. 302, ill.
- Exhibition History
Unidentified Exhibition, Museum of the City of New York, 1940, Museum of the City of New York, New York, 11/01/1939 - 03/01/1940
American Art at Harvard, Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, 04/19/1972 - 06/18/1972
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