A memorial portrait of girl who died at the age of seven. Her brother, also departed, is represented by the painting over her shoulder. The artist, Joseph Mason, was an assistant to John James Audubon. He painted somewhere between 150 and 200 watercolor backgrounds for his mentor, but their relationship soured when the naturalist published his work without credit. He went on to establish himself as a private art teacher and portrait painter, working in Michigan and Indiana.
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Joseph Mason : “Portrait of Marie Jane Andrew” (1841)
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