See also:American portrait-painter, was
See also:born in
See also:Connecticut, in
See also:February 1800 . Brought up on a
See also:farm, he taught himself the use of
See also:colours, and in 1820 went to New
See also:York City and studied
See also:painting with
See also:Robertson . He spent the winters of 1831 and 1832 in Rome, and then for nearly a
See also:decade he lived in Boston, Massachusetts, where he had considerable vogue, and where in 1842 he painted a portrait of
See also:Charles Dickens . One of his best portraits is that ofMrs
See also:Webster in the Boston Museum of
See also:Fine Arts . He died in 1881 in Florence .
ARCHIBALD ALEXANDER (1772—1851)
GEORGE ALEXANDER (1858— )
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