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Jacob Eichholtz (1776 – 1842)

Posted by L. A. on May 17, 2013


An Incident Of The Revolution

An Incident Of The Revolution

Mrs. Pierre Louis Laguerenne

Mrs. Pierre Louis Laguerenne

Miss Julia Nicklin

Miss Julia Nicklin

Mrs. Lawrence Lewis

Mrs. Lawrence Lewis

Serena Mayer Franklin

Serena Mayer Franklin

James P. Smith

James P. Smith

Phoebe Cassidy Freeman

Phoebe Cassidy Freeman

Mrs. Victor René Value (née Ann Lane Bean) With Her Daughter Victoria Matilda And Her Stepson Jesse René

Mrs. Victor René Value (née Ann Lane Bean) With Her Daughter Victoria Matilda And Her Stepson Jesse René

Benjamin R. Morgan

Benjamin R. Morgan

Eliza Schaum (later Mrs. Frederick Augustus Hall Muhlenberg)

Eliza Schaum (later Mrs. Frederick Augustus Hall Muhlenberg)

Elizabeth Mrs Frederick Augustus Hall Muhlenberg

Elizabeth Mrs Frederick Augustus Hall Muhlenberg

Mrs. Walter Franklin (née Ann Emlen)

Mrs. Walter Franklin (née Ann Emlen)

Mrs. John Gibson

Mrs. John Gibson

Mrs. Elizabeth Wurtz Elder And Her Three Children

Mrs. Elizabeth Wurtz Elder And Her Three Children

Mrs. Robert Jenkins (Catharine Carmichael)

Mrs. Robert Jenkins (Catharine Carmichael)

John Rudolph Neff

John Rudolph Neff

Samuel Humes

Samuel Humes

Portrait Of A Lady

Portrait Of A Lady

The Ragan Sisters

The Ragan Sisters

Portrait Of A Man

Portrait Of A Man

Portrait Of A Woman

Portrait Of A Woman

The Clockmakers Wife And Daughter

The Clockmakers Wife And Daughter

Unidentified Man

Unidentified Man

William Clark Frazer

William Clark Frazer

George Washington

George Washington

Portrait Of A Woman

Portrait Of A Woman

Conestoga Creek And Lancaster
Conestoga Creek And Lancaster

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2 Responses to “Jacob Eichholtz (1776 – 1842)”

  1. Keith said

    I have another portrait from eicholtz to post can you send me the email it is mrs Muhlenberg confirmed by Lisa Minardi of the speakers house museum

    • Suzay Lamb said

      Jacob Eichholtz is known to have painted 800-1100 portraits. I posted 50 of them, so something will always be missing, I guess…Anyway a new selection of Eichholtz paintings will be posted next month, so you can send me your portrait and I’ll add it .

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