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Rembrandt Peale: Caroline Louisa Pratt Bartlett  wikidata:Q18507320 
Rembrandt Peale: Caroline Louisa Pratt Bartlett
Caroline Louisa Pratt Bartlett
Object type painting
English: A portrait by Rembrandt Peale of Caroline Louisa Pratt Bartlett.
Date 1835 and 1836
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions Height: 35.5 in (90.1 cm); Width: 28.5 in (72.3 cm)
Accession number
Object history
  • : commissioned by
  • 7 September 1835: commissioned by John Pratt
  • 14 October 1953: sale of the collection of
  • 22 May 2007: sale of the collection of
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