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Author/Artist Bridges, Charles, 1670-1747.
Title Portrait Said to Represent Evelyn Byrd.
Description Graphic reproduction(s) with documentation of a painting.
Dimensions/Medium 30 x 25 in.
oil on canvas.
Location Call Number Vol./Copy Status Information
 Frick Photoarchive Items  Bridges, Charles 122-6d    DIGITIZED
Provenance Probably purchased from distant Virginia cousins by John Ridgely Carter, Baltimore and New York;
his son, Bernard Shirley Carter, Paris;
given by him as a wedding present to his first cousin, Mrs. James M. Beck (Mary Ridgely Carter) (Mrs. Beck wishes to have this painting listed with other family portraits as in the collection of her sister, Miss Virginia Benson Carter, New York and "Plaisance," Newport, Rhode Island.
Current repository Miss Virginia Benson Carter Collection (d.1973), Newport, Rhode Island, United States, private.
Images Photograph, Ira W. Martin 39829 Frick Art Reference Library, New York (FARL) negative
Digital image, 3107100098591_001.tif (image).
Digital image, 3107100098591_002.tif (image).
Digital image, 3107100098591_003.tif (documentation).
Digital image, 3107100098591_004.tif (documentation).
Digital image, 39829_POST.tif negative
Sources Information from Frick Art Reference Library Photoarchive.
Fund Record created with funding from The National Endowment for the Humanities.
Record created with funding from The Henry Luce Foundation.
LC subject Bridges, Charles, 1670-1747.
Byrd, Evelyn, 1707-1737.
Art, American.
Other subject Portraits: Women: With hands: Head to left.
Genre/Form American School.
Paintings (visual works)
Related corporate bodies Frick Art Reference Library.
Private collection Miss Virginia Benson Carter Collection (d.1973), art collection.
Frick artist name form Bridges, Charles, 1670-1747.

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