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Asher Brown Durand (1796 – 1886)

Posted by American Gallery on March 23, 2014


Mary Frank Durand (The Artist's Second Wife) (1812-1857)

Mary Frank Durand (The Artist’s Second Wife) (1812-1857)

Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson

Gouverneur Kemble

Gouverneur Kemble

James Madison

James Madison

Isaac Edrehi Of Morocco

Isaac Edrehi Of Morocco

Self-Portrait 1835

Self-Portrait 1835

Lucy Baldwin Durand (The Artist's First Wife) (1800-1830)

Lucy Baldwin Durand (The Artist’s First Wife) (1800-1830)

Caroline Durand (The Artist's Second Daughter)

Caroline Durand (The Artist’s Second Daughter)

The Durand Children

The Durand Children

The Artist's Wife And Her Sister

The Artist’s Wife And Her Sister

John Quincy Adams

John Quincy Adams

Aaron Ogden

Aaron Ogden

Ideal Head - A Suggestion From Life

Ideal Head – A Suggestion From Life

God's Judgment Upon Gog

God’s Judgment Upon Gog

Luman Reed

Luman Reed

Mrs. Winfield Scott

Mrs. Winfield Scott

Thomas Cole

Thomas Cole

The Pedlar - The Pedlar Displaying His Wares

The Pedlar – The Pedlar Displaying His Wares

Dance On The Battery In The Presence Of Peter Stuyvesant

Dance On The Battery In The Presence Of Peter Stuyvesant

Peter Stuyvesant And The Trumpeter

Peter Stuyvesant And The Trumpeter

The Capture Of Major André

The Capture Of Major André

James Monroe

James Monroe

Sarah Eliot Scoville

Sarah Eliot Scoville

George Washington

George Washington

Roman Head

Roman Head

Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson

John Adams

John Adams

The Parrot

The Parrot

Georgianna Frances Adams

Georgianna Frances Adams

Mary Louisa Adams

Mary Louisa Adams

William C Hasbrouck

William C Hasbrouck

Mary E Roe

Mary E Roe

Ariadne (after John Vanderlyn)

Ariadne (after John Vanderlyn)

Musidora

Musidora

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2 Responses to “Asher Brown Durand (1796 – 1886)”

  1. Vincenzo said

    I find it interesting and enjoyable even this series of nineteenth-century portraits.

    I’ve always said, and I reiterate again! If we had not Suzay’s blog, where can we admire the vast and varied production of American painting, we should really invent it, but it would be a rather difficult undertaking, not to say impossible. And it’s really admirable liberality and kindness with which the author of the blog hosting the various comments, even negative ones. It ‘s true that there are other blogs on American art, but I personally think that the blog Suzay of its kind, is the number one site. Many other blogs have tried to imitate it, but, in my opinion, they do not have the charm and originality of American Gallery. This seems like only right to admit, because it is undoubtedly the result of great passion and also of hard research work. Thanks Suzay

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