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Mrs. Keller as the Goddess of Liberty
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Mrs. Keller as the Goddess of Liberty


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Description Baltimore artist Alfred Jacob Miller is known primarily for his paintings of the American West, but his interests extended beyond this subject. A prolific sketcher, he filled many journals with drawings and captions from the time he was studying in Paris and Rome (1833) until the 1870's. The interests of Miller are clearly reflected in these sketches: the theater (a large portion being quick figure drawings of the Ravel Pantomime Troupe), studies of works by the Old Masters, literary illustrations, childhood memories, Baltimore scenery, and witty scenes of characters.
Provenance Alfred Jacob Miller, Jr.; Norton Asner, Baltimore, 1959 [mode of acquisition unknown]; Mr. and Mrs. J. William Middendorf II [date and mode of acquisition unknown]; Walters Art Museum, June 11, 1968, by gift.
Credit Gift of Mr. and Mrs. J. William Middendorf, II, 1968

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Period
1855-1859
Medium
pencil on paper
(Painting & Drawing)
Accession Number
37.2453.40
Measurements
H: 9 3/4 x W: 8 3/8 in. (24.7 x 21.3 cm)
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  • USA (Place of Origin)
Location Within Museum
Not On View

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