Nathaniel Smybert

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Nathaniel Smybert (January 20, 1734 – November 8, 1756), was an artist in Boston, Massachusetts, in the mid-18th century. Born in Boston in 1734, he trained as a painter with his father, the artist John Smybert, and produced several portraits, notably of Ezra Stiles, architect Peter Harrison, and Dorothy Wendell (in the Collection of Dr John L Hale, Boston). Smybert died in 1756, at the age of twenty-two.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Boston Gazette, or Weekly Journal; Date: 11-08-1756
  2. ^ Richard H. Saunders. John Smibert: colonial America's first portrait painter. Yale University Press, 1995.