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Andrew Jackson : At the Hermitage, 1832.

  • ARTIST: Ralph Eleaser Whiteside Earl

  • PUBLISHER: Pendleton's Lithog.y Boston.

  • MEDIUM: Lithograph,

    DATE: c.1832.

  • EDITION SIZE: Image size 19 x 15 11/16" (48.3 x 39.8 cm).

  • DESCRIPTION: J. H. Bufford Delt. Pendleton’s Lithogy. Boston. After a painting by Ralph E. W. Earl, drawn on stone by J. H. Bufford and printed by Pendleton. <BR><BR> John and William Pendleton opened their lithographic publishing studio in 1825 in Boston. They had many apprentices that would go on to be prominent artists and lithographers including Nathaniel Currier, Fitz Henry Lane and John H. Bufford. Like Currier, Bufford would go on to create his own lithographic publishing empire starting in 1835. When this lithograph was produced, he was still an apprentice for the Pendletons. <br> <br> A wonderful portrait of the Nation's seventh President at his home The Hermitage in Nashville, Tennessee.


  • CONDITION: Good condition, save a few tears and losses in the margins. Only one tear enters the image, it extends 3/8" into it in the upper left. Backed on Japan paper.


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