Portrait of a Man
While John Wesley Jarvis achieved fame as the premier portraitist in New York City in the early 1800s, he also later traveled to New Orleans and worked for the wealthy and elite. This portrait, ca. 1835, is simply titled "Portrait of a Man."
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