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Title Portrait of John Jay wikidata:Q20180085
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 131 × 102 cm (51.5 × 40.1 in)
Accession number 2009.132.1, NPG.74.46retrieved from Wikidata
Source/Photographer The National Gallery of Art
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