Henry Inman

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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). [1] 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. [2]


John Marshall by Henry Inman, 1832.jpg

John Marshall, 1832.

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