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John Robertson (XIX Century)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on March 31, 2010


Jefferson Davis

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Van Arno

Posted by A. S. Amberson on March 30, 2010


Battle Hymn Of The Republic

The Soul Is Extracted And Judged By Weight

Jayne’s Got That Old Time Religion

Missouri Saints (Tar Party)

Baklavia

Apocalypstick: Convergence Of Mercury, Quatro And Joan Jett

Leviathan Harnessed By Harlow’s Nightie

Medusa Infested

Robert Johnson At The Crossroads

To Creation’s Defenses, Jackson Sprung

Birth Of Venus

The Queen’s Pregnancy Is Threatened When Sunlight Ignites Her Hair

…But We Only Did Headshots (Olive Oyl)

Mexica Cannot Be Roused To Fight

Illinois, Lacking Slaves, Relies On Lincoln

Jim Dandy To The Rescue

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Charles Ellis (1925 – 2004)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on March 29, 2010


Bob Dylan

Playing Baseball

Joe Louis Knocking Out Max Schmeling

Bing Crosby

General McArthur

The Presidents

Vietnam

Pham Van Dong

Mont St. Michael

Caribbean Riviera

Island

Hello Dolly, Mary Poppins, My Fair Lady, A Hard Day’s Night & Others

The Invasion Of The Dragons

Swan Family

Cat

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Thomas Prichard Rossiter (1818 – 1871)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on March 28, 2010


The Parmly Sisters

Spilt Milk

The Rural Post Office

Washington And Lafayette At Mount Vernon

Signing Of The Constitution

The Prince Of Wales And President Buchanan Visit The Tomb Of Washington At Mount Vernon

Liberty Freeing The Shackles Of Slavery

House On The Hudson

Picnic Above The Hudson

Opening Of The Wilderness

Niagara Falls

Muses And Graces

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Anonymous

Posted by A. S. Amberson on March 28, 2010


The Alamo

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Thomas Waterman Wood (1823 – 1903)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on March 27, 2010


A Southern Cornfield, Nashville, Tennessee

Election Returns

His First Vote

Sherry, Sir – The Black Servant

Cakes And Wine

Threading A Needle

Private Lunch

The Tootache – His Own Doctor

Neglecting Trade

Curbstone Piliteness – Have A Segar?

The Village Post Office

Politics In The Workshop

Fresh Eggs

Not An Egg

Return Of The Flags

Two Cents A Piece, Sir

There’s One – Catch ’em!

Autumn Leaves

Beside The Hearth

Beside The Hearth

The Yankee Pedlar

A Bit Of History: The Contraband, The Recruit, The Veteran

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Charles Frederic Ulrich (1858 – 1908)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on March 26, 2010


Italian Idyll

Washerwomen, Seville

Young Girl Embroidering

Children In A Schoolroom

The Village Printing Shop, Haarlem, Holland

Moment Musicale

In The Land Of Promise

In The Land Of Promise

The Flowers

A Dutch Typesetter

Woman In Train Car

An Amateur Etcher

The Glass Blowers

The Glass Blowers

Sculptor In Studio

Sculptor In Studio

Vanitas

Vanitas

Vanitas

Vanitas

The Love Tokens

The Love Tokens

A Young Lady

A Young Lady

Granny - An Old Fire Place

Granny – An Old Fire Place

The Glass Engraver

Washerwomen

Tea Rose – Portrait Of A Woman

Thomas B. Clarke

Thomas B. Clarke

Young Woman Seated

Young Woman Seated

Homage To A Little Girl

Homage To A Little Girl

Glass Blowers Of Murano

The Dream After The Story

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