By ALBERT TEN EYCK; FELD, STUART P. GARDNER
This is often the 1st targeted catalogue that has been released of the Museums American work. as a result of measurement of the gathering, in simple terms oil work via artists born via 1875—about part the collection—are integrated. runs 3 volumes the current quantity includes the paintings of painters born by means of 1815.
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Through his friend Robert Drummond, the Archbishop of York, for whom he painted Agrippina Landing at Brundisium with the Ashes of Germanicus (Yale University Art Gallery), \::Vest met George III; in 1768 the king appointed him a charter member of the Royal Academy of Arts, and in 1772 West became historical painter to the king. At the beginning of his career in London, West was the outstanding proponent of the neoclassic style. He was one of the few painters of his time who made a success of painting history in the grand manner.
W. Bayley, The Life and Works of John Singleton Copley (1915), p. 6o, says the location of this painting is unknown // H. B. Wehle, Met. Mus. , xrx (1924), pp. 27of. // T. Bolton and H. L. Binsse, The Antiquarian, xv ( 1930), pp. 76£. // J. W. Lane, Apollo, xxv (1937), p. 101 // B. N. Parker and A. B. Wheeler, john Singleton Copley (1938), pp. 38f. ExHIBITED: Cape Cod Association, Boston, 1851; Metropolitan Museum, 1936-1937• Paintings by John Singleton Copley, no. 18; Metropolitan Museum, 1939, Life in America, no.
Art Quarterly, II (I939), pp. 77-9I, do not include it in a checklist of portraits by John Hesselius I I L. Burroughs, Art Quarterly, IV (1941), pp. IIO-II4, corrects the attribution. ExHIBITED: American-Scandinavian Foundation, Stockholm, 1930, Exhibition of American Art, no. 48 (as portrait of Mistress Anne Galloway by Gustavus Hesselius); Ny Carlsberg Glyptothek, Copenhagen, 1930 (as by Gustavus Hesselius); Philadelphia Museum of Art, I938, Gustavus Hesse/ius, no. 2 (as Mistress Anne Galloway, 1721); Metropolitan Museum, 1939, Life in America, no.