Resource Library articles and essays from 2003 to 2004 with the topic "American 18-19th Century Figurative and Portrait Art"
George Catlin and His Indian Gallery (9/13/04)
Seen But Not Heard: Images of Children from the Collection of the Boston Athenæum (9/13/04)
Gilbert Stuart (8/17/04)
America's First Old Master: Portraits by John Singleton Copley from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (5/1/04)
Process and Paradox: The Historical Pictures of John Singleton Copley (4/1/04)
Thomas Eakins' "The Swimming Hole"; essay by Doreen Bolger and Claire M. Barry (4/1/04)
From Hand to Heart: The Art of the American Miniature Portrait; essay by Peter J. Baldaia (3/22/04)
Faces From the Past: Portraits by Cephas Thompson and Cephas Giovanni Thompson (3/9/04)
Mr. Whistler's Galleries: Avant-garde in Victorian London (12/1/03)
George Washington: A National Treasure (11/26/03)
George Washington: A National Treasure (8/12/03)
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