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Posted by *SIN CITY* on 2011-01-09 07:11:50

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Portrait of Abigail Smith Babcock (Mrs. Adam Babcock)

Portrait of Abigail Smith Babcock (Mrs. Adam Babcock)

Abigail Smith Babcock (Mrs. Adam Babcock)

•Copley, John Singleton
•American, 1738-1815
•c. 1774
•Oil on Canvas
•Dimensions:
oOverall: 116.8 × 90.8 cm (46 × 35¾ in.)
oFramed: 140.3 × 115.9 × 7 cm (55¼ × 45⅝ × 2¾ in.)
•Gift of Mrs. Robert Low Bacon
•1985.20.1
•On View

Provenance

Edwin A. Blake [1847-1928], the sitter’s great-grandson;[1] sold 1916 to (Macbeth Galleries, New York);[2] purchased 1917 by Alice Greenwood Chapman, Milwaukee [1853-1935];[3] repurchased by (Macbeth Gallery, New York); sold 25 February 1919 to Arthur Meeker [1866-1946], Chicago.[4] Fannie Morris Babcock Murray [Mrs. Henry Alexander Murray, 1858-1940], New York;[5] her daughter, Virginia Murray Bacon [Mrs. Robert Low Bacon, 1890-1980], Washington, D.C.;[6] gift 1985 to NGA.

1.Stephen Babcock, Babcock Genealogy, New York, 1903: 219; Wilkins Updike, A History of the Episcopal Church in Narragansett, Rhode Island, 2nd ed., Boston, 1907: 2: v; on Blake see the Journal of the Eightieth Session of the New York East Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1928: 665-667. The painting shares most of its history with the portrait of Adam Babcock [NGA 1978.79.1].
2.Macbeth Gallery Papers, Archives of American Art, Washington, correspondence with Arthur Meeker, 16 January 1919. See also “Copley Portraits Sold,” The New York Times (30 December 1916).
3.Macbeth Gallery Papers, Archives of American Art, Washington, correspondence with Miss Chapman, 14 January to 19 June 1917. Miss Chapman made a first payment on the portrait and its pendant of Mr. Babcock in January 1917, but she changed her mind about the purchase. On Miss Chapman, a Milwaukee art patron and collector, see the Milwaukee Journal for 27 April 1935 (obituary) and 12 May 1935.
4.Meeker, vice-president of Armour & Co. and a collector of American art, is listed in Who Was Who in America 2 (1943-1950, fourth printing 1946), 367; his obituary is in The New York Times (6 February 1946): 23. This painting and eight other American portraits in his collection were illustrated in an article by Henry Van Horn, “Arts and Decoration,” Town and Country 77, no. 3801 (20 February 1921): 22-30; the painting is discussed on 22 and reproduced on 29. Although he offered to sell the portraits back to Macbeth in June 1925, there is no record in the Macbeth Gallery papers that they were repurchased (Macbeth Gallery Papers, Archives of American Art, Correspondence).
5.Babcock 1903, 520; obituary, The New York Times (3 June 1940): 15; Mrs. Murray was a descendant of the sitter’s brother Henry Babcock. According to Barbara Neville Parker and Anne Bolling Wheeler, John Singleton Copley, American Portraits, Boston, 1938: 30, she acquired the portrait about 1930.
6.Babcock 1903, 520; obituary, The New York Times (26 February 1980), reprinted in The New York Times Biographical Service 11, no. 2 (February 1980): 161. Adrian Lamb painted a copy of this portrait in 1979.

Exhibition History

•1917—An Exhibition of Early American Paintings, Museum of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, 1917, no. 9.
•1976—Copley, Stuart, West in America & England, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1976, no. 15.
•1991—Ralph Earl: The Face of the Young Republic, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C.; Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford; Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, 1991-1992, 104-106, no. 3.
•1998—John Singleton Copley and Margaret Kemble Gage: Turkish Fashion in 18th-Century America, Timken Museum of Art, San Diego; Canton Museum of Art, Ohio, 1998-1999, no. 8, repro.

Posted by Autistic Reality on 2018-01-22 21:16:42

Tagged: , John Singleton Copley , c. 1760-1778 , America , Art , American Art , NGA , Gallery , National Gallery , USA , US , United States of America , United States , Architecture , Inside , Interior , Indoors , Building , Structure , District , DC , District of Columbia , DMV , Columbia , Washington DC , Washington , City of Washington , National Mall , Mall , Museum , National Gallery of Art , Landmark , West Building , National Mall and Memorial Parks , John Russell Pope , Neoclassical Style , Neoclassical , Art Museum , Art Gallery , 2018

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Bust of Portrait of Abigail Smith Babcock (Mrs. Adam Babcock)

Bust of Portrait of Abigail Smith Babcock (Mrs. Adam Babcock)

Abigail Smith Babcock (Mrs. Adam Babcock)

•Copley, John Singleton
•American, 1738-1815
•c. 1774
•Oil on Canvas
•Dimensions:
oOverall: 116.8 × 90.8 cm (46 × 35¾ in.)
oFramed: 140.3 × 115.9 × 7 cm (55¼ × 45⅝ × 2¾ in.)
•Gift of Mrs. Robert Low Bacon
•1985.20.1
•On View

Provenance

Edwin A. Blake [1847-1928], the sitter’s great-grandson;[1] sold 1916 to (Macbeth Galleries, New York);[2] purchased 1917 by Alice Greenwood Chapman, Milwaukee [1853-1935];[3] repurchased by (Macbeth Gallery, New York); sold 25 February 1919 to Arthur Meeker [1866-1946], Chicago.[4] Fannie Morris Babcock Murray [Mrs. Henry Alexander Murray, 1858-1940], New York;[5] her daughter, Virginia Murray Bacon [Mrs. Robert Low Bacon, 1890-1980], Washington, D.C.;[6] gift 1985 to NGA.

1.Stephen Babcock, Babcock Genealogy, New York, 1903: 219; Wilkins Updike, A History of the Episcopal Church in Narragansett, Rhode Island, 2nd ed., Boston, 1907: 2: v; on Blake see the Journal of the Eightieth Session of the New York East Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1928: 665-667. The painting shares most of its history with the portrait of Adam Babcock [NGA 1978.79.1].
2.Macbeth Gallery Papers, Archives of American Art, Washington, correspondence with Arthur Meeker, 16 January 1919. See also “Copley Portraits Sold,” The New York Times (30 December 1916).
3.Macbeth Gallery Papers, Archives of American Art, Washington, correspondence with Miss Chapman, 14 January to 19 June 1917. Miss Chapman made a first payment on the portrait and its pendant of Mr. Babcock in January 1917, but she changed her mind about the purchase. On Miss Chapman, a Milwaukee art patron and collector, see the Milwaukee Journal for 27 April 1935 (obituary) and 12 May 1935.
4.Meeker, vice-president of Armour & Co. and a collector of American art, is listed in Who Was Who in America 2 (1943-1950, fourth printing 1946), 367; his obituary is in The New York Times (6 February 1946): 23. This painting and eight other American portraits in his collection were illustrated in an article by Henry Van Horn, “Arts and Decoration,” Town and Country 77, no. 3801 (20 February 1921): 22-30; the painting is discussed on 22 and reproduced on 29. Although he offered to sell the portraits back to Macbeth in June 1925, there is no record in the Macbeth Gallery papers that they were repurchased (Macbeth Gallery Papers, Archives of American Art, Correspondence).
5.Babcock 1903, 520; obituary, The New York Times (3 June 1940): 15; Mrs. Murray was a descendant of the sitter’s brother Henry Babcock. According to Barbara Neville Parker and Anne Bolling Wheeler, John Singleton Copley, American Portraits, Boston, 1938: 30, she acquired the portrait about 1930.
6.Babcock 1903, 520; obituary, The New York Times (26 February 1980), reprinted in The New York Times Biographical Service 11, no. 2 (February 1980): 161. Adrian Lamb painted a copy of this portrait in 1979.

Exhibition History

•1917—An Exhibition of Early American Paintings, Museum of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, 1917, no. 9.
•1976—Copley, Stuart, West in America & England, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1976, no. 15.
•1991—Ralph Earl: The Face of the Young Republic, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C.; Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford; Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, 1991-1992, 104-106, no. 3.
•1998—John Singleton Copley and Margaret Kemble Gage: Turkish Fashion in 18th-Century America, Timken Museum of Art, San Diego; Canton Museum of Art, Ohio, 1998-1999, no. 8, repro.

Posted by Autistic Reality on 2018-01-22 21:16:43

Tagged: , John Singleton Copley , c. 1760-1778 , America , Art , American Art , NGA , Gallery , National Gallery , USA , US , United States of America , United States , Architecture , Inside , Interior , Indoors , Building , Structure , District , DC , District of Columbia , DMV , Columbia , Washington DC , Washington , City of Washington , National Mall , Mall , Museum , National Gallery of Art , Landmark , West Building , National Mall and Memorial Parks , John Russell Pope , Neoclassical Style , Neoclassical , Art Museum , Art Gallery , 2018

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Hands of Portrait of Abigail Smith Babcock (Mrs. Adam Babcock)

Hands of Portrait of Abigail Smith Babcock (Mrs. Adam Babcock)

Abigail Smith Babcock (Mrs. Adam Babcock)

•Copley, John Singleton
•American, 1738-1815
•c. 1774
•Oil on Canvas
•Dimensions:
oOverall: 116.8 × 90.8 cm (46 × 35¾ in.)
oFramed: 140.3 × 115.9 × 7 cm (55¼ × 45⅝ × 2¾ in.)
•Gift of Mrs. Robert Low Bacon
•1985.20.1
•On View

Provenance

Edwin A. Blake [1847-1928], the sitter’s great-grandson;[1] sold 1916 to (Macbeth Galleries, New York);[2] purchased 1917 by Alice Greenwood Chapman, Milwaukee [1853-1935];[3] repurchased by (Macbeth Gallery, New York); sold 25 February 1919 to Arthur Meeker [1866-1946], Chicago.[4] Fannie Morris Babcock Murray [Mrs. Henry Alexander Murray, 1858-1940], New York;[5] her daughter, Virginia Murray Bacon [Mrs. Robert Low Bacon, 1890-1980], Washington, D.C.;[6] gift 1985 to NGA.

1.Stephen Babcock, Babcock Genealogy, New York, 1903: 219; Wilkins Updike, A History of the Episcopal Church in Narragansett, Rhode Island, 2nd ed., Boston, 1907: 2: v; on Blake see the Journal of the Eightieth Session of the New York East Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1928: 665-667. The painting shares most of its history with the portrait of Adam Babcock [NGA 1978.79.1].
2.Macbeth Gallery Papers, Archives of American Art, Washington, correspondence with Arthur Meeker, 16 January 1919. See also “Copley Portraits Sold,” The New York Times (30 December 1916).
3.Macbeth Gallery Papers, Archives of American Art, Washington, correspondence with Miss Chapman, 14 January to 19 June 1917. Miss Chapman made a first payment on the portrait and its pendant of Mr. Babcock in January 1917, but she changed her mind about the purchase. On Miss Chapman, a Milwaukee art patron and collector, see the Milwaukee Journal for 27 April 1935 (obituary) and 12 May 1935.
4.Meeker, vice-president of Armour & Co. and a collector of American art, is listed in Who Was Who in America 2 (1943-1950, fourth printing 1946), 367; his obituary is in The New York Times (6 February 1946): 23. This painting and eight other American portraits in his collection were illustrated in an article by Henry Van Horn, “Arts and Decoration,” Town and Country 77, no. 3801 (20 February 1921): 22-30; the painting is discussed on 22 and reproduced on 29. Although he offered to sell the portraits back to Macbeth in June 1925, there is no record in the Macbeth Gallery papers that they were repurchased (Macbeth Gallery Papers, Archives of American Art, Correspondence).
5.Babcock 1903, 520; obituary, The New York Times (3 June 1940): 15; Mrs. Murray was a descendant of the sitter’s brother Henry Babcock. According to Barbara Neville Parker and Anne Bolling Wheeler, John Singleton Copley, American Portraits, Boston, 1938: 30, she acquired the portrait about 1930.
6.Babcock 1903, 520; obituary, The New York Times (26 February 1980), reprinted in The New York Times Biographical Service 11, no. 2 (February 1980): 161. Adrian Lamb painted a copy of this portrait in 1979.

Exhibition History

•1917—An Exhibition of Early American Paintings, Museum of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, 1917, no. 9.
•1976—Copley, Stuart, West in America & England, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1976, no. 15.
•1991—Ralph Earl: The Face of the Young Republic, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C.; Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford; Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, 1991-1992, 104-106, no. 3.
•1998—John Singleton Copley and Margaret Kemble Gage: Turkish Fashion in 18th-Century America, Timken Museum of Art, San Diego; Canton Museum of Art, Ohio, 1998-1999, no. 8, repro.

Posted by Autistic Reality on 2018-01-22 21:16:42

Tagged: , John Singleton Copley , c. 1760-1778 , America , Art , American Art , NGA , Gallery , National Gallery , USA , US , United States of America , United States , Architecture , Inside , Interior , Indoors , Building , Structure , District , DC , District of Columbia , DMV , Columbia , Washington DC , Washington , City of Washington , National Mall , Mall , Museum , National Gallery of Art , Landmark , West Building , National Mall and Memorial Parks , John Russell Pope , Neoclassical Style , Neoclassical , Art Museum , Art Gallery , 2018

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Posted by *SIN CITY* on 2011-01-16 00:01:37

Tagged: , bike , week , daytona , america , usa , motorcycle , babes , girls , tits , ass , arse , pussy , bra , sexy , rally , beach , water , transport , v8 , trike , harley , biker , street , indian , suzuki , honda , kawasaki , yamaha , hyabusa , fast , race , hot , rod , TATTOO

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RED V8 TRIKE

RED V8 TRIKE

Posted by *SIN CITY* on 2011-01-02 02:01:57

Tagged: , daytona , beach , bikeweek , 2007 , bike , week , america , motorcycle , auto , babes , girls , tits , ass , pussy , hotrod , hot , rod , trike , v8 , speedway , bikini , beer , biketoberfest , rotary , chopper , wheel , ridley , harley , sportster , lowrider , low , paint , airbrush , flames , custom , art , vincent , band , music , bass , guitar , zippo , truck , exile , cycles , tattoo , chrome , rat , fink , rossemeyer , supercharged , minibike , mini , showroom , car , 57 , chev

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Posted by *SIN CITY* on 2011-01-02 02:28:07

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Gaston Strikes Again!

Gaston Strikes Again!

When you see a sculpture of a woman of these proportions, you know you are looking at a work of Gaston Lachaise… I first saw this sculpture — eight were cast — at the Hirschhorn Museum in Washington DC. New York has one at the MOMA, one at the Brooklyn Museum of Art and a skinnier one at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Another cast is at the Milwaukee Museum of Art.
I cut her off at the hips so I would not be accused of upskirt photography
Gaston Lachaise (1882-1935), Standing Woman/Heroic Woman (1932), detail, bronze, 7’4¼" (2.2m) tall

Posted by Viejito on 2014-03-07 18:33:34

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