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  1. In , Theodore Atkinson Jr. (–69) wed Frances Deering Wentworth, the sitter of this portrait. Atkinson commissioned John Singleton Copley, who had painted other portraits for his family, to paint a portrait of his new wife. In , Atkinson perished from consumption, and the portrait went to Atkinson's father, Theodore, Sr. (
  2. Francis' Portraits, Dagupan, Philippines. 15K likes. High quality Photo and videography service since
  3. Frances Drost Web Site; The Story behind the Portraits of White Concert. Hi! I’m Frances, a professional singer/songwriter from Newville, Pennsylvania, who almost gave up on Christmas. Frankly, I secretly dreaded the holidays. Fortunately, Christmas didn’t give up on me. The more I share my own story, the more I seem to encounter others who.
  4. Oct 11,  · The University of Georgia celebrated the life and achievements of Mary Frances Early, the first African American to earn a degree from the University of Georgia, by unveiling her portrait in the Administration Building at a ceremony on Oct. The portrait, by artist Richard Wilson, was installed in The Gordon Jones Gallery of the Administration Building to honor Early, who went on to become.
  5. Hall of Secretaries: Frances Perkins. Portrait Artist: Jean MacLane. Tenure: March 4, to June 30, From Massachusetts; graduate of Mount Holyoke College. Trained as a social worker, worked in settlement houses in Chicago (Hull House) and Philadelphia, and was involved in the reform efforts spawned by the tragic Triangle Shirtwaist Co.
  6. Frances Folsom Cleveland in white satin and silk illusion. This portrait by Casimir Gregory Stapko is a copy of the original by Anders Leonard Zorn for which she posed in New York while she and the former president awaited his return to the White House in
  7. Frances Hodgkins A Centenary Exhibition, Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council of New Zealand, Auckland, | ill. 93 E H McCormick, Portrait of Frances Hodgkins, Auckland University Press, Auckland, | p. 4 (ill.) Anne Kirker, New Zealand Women Artists, Auckland, | p. 77 (colour ill. 5).
  8. The book contains interesting stories about subjects as diverse as the Marquis de Lafayette to the infamous Charles Wells, the man who notoriously broke the bank at Monte Carlo. Most Americans have little knowledge of what happened to Lafayette after he returned to France. It is a fascinating portrait of the excesses of the French sparovcenenkatagbertnewsnemotonco.xyzinfos:

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