Henry Inman (Utica, NY, 1801 - New York, 1846) was an American painter. He specialized in portraits. Inman obtained an apprenticeship with the New York City’s leading portrait painter, John Wesley Jarvis (English artist).  He was one of the founders of the National Academy of Design in 1825–26. He worked in New York, Philadelphia, and, in 1844, in England. 
John Marshall, 1832.