Henry Inman
American Painter, 1801-1846,was an American portrait, genre, and landscape painter.He was born at Utica, N. Y., October 20, 1801, and was for seven years an apprentice pupil of John Wesley Jarvis in New York City. He was the first vice president of the National Academy of Design. He excelled in portrait painting, but was less careful in genre pictures. Among his landscapes are "Rydal Falls, England," "October Afternoon," and "Ruins of Brambletye." His genre subjects include "Rip Van Winkle," "The News Boy," and "Boyhood of Washington;" his portraits, those of Henry Rutgers and Fitz-Greene Halleck in the New York Historical Society, of Bishop White, Chief Justices Marshall and Nelson, Jacob Barker, William Wirt, Audubon, DeWitt Clinton, Martin Van Buren, and William H. Seward.

 

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Henry Inman News Boy oil painting   

Painting ID::  39745
Henry Inman
News Boy
mk151 1841

   
   
     

 

 

Henry Inman Mrs. Robert Lowden oil painting   

Painting ID::  66159
Henry Inman
Mrs. Robert Lowden
ca. 1840 Oil on panel 83 x 63.5 cm (32.68 x 25.00 in)

   
   
     

 

 

Henry Inman Frances Kemble Butler oil painting   

Painting ID::  68816
Henry Inman
Frances Kemble Butler
Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 87 X 69 cm

   
   
     

 

 

Henry Inman Portrait of a Woman oil painting   

Painting ID::  70889
Henry Inman
Portrait of a Woman
ca. 1825(1825) Oil on panel 20.3 x 16.2 cm (7.99 x 6.38 in)

   
   
     

 

 

Henry Inman Frances Kemble Butler oil painting   

Painting ID::  71417
Henry Inman
Frances Kemble Butler
Date ca. 1834(1834) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 87 x 69 cm

   
   
     

 

 

Henry Inman Eliphalet Nott oil painting   

Painting ID::  82055
Henry Inman
Eliphalet Nott
Eliphalet Nott, oil on canvas, 96 by 60 inches (240 cm x 150 cm); this is a cropped version of the larger painting, which now hangs in the Nott Memorial on Union's campus. Date 1839(1839) cjr

   
   
     

 

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Henry Inman
American Painter, 1801-1846,was an American portrait, genre, and landscape painter.He was born at Utica, N. Y., October 20, 1801, and was for seven years an apprentice pupil of John Wesley Jarvis in New York City. He was the first vice president of the National Academy of Design. He excelled in portrait painting, but was less careful in genre pictures. Among his landscapes are "Rydal Falls, England," "October Afternoon," and "Ruins of Brambletye." His genre subjects include "Rip Van Winkle," "The News Boy," and "Boyhood of Washington;" his portraits, those of Henry Rutgers and Fitz-Greene Halleck in the New York Historical Society, of Bishop White, Chief Justices Marshall and Nelson, Jacob Barker, William Wirt, Audubon, DeWitt Clinton, Martin Van Buren, and William H. Seward.