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|Contributions||Bishop, Edith., Baltimore Museum of Art.|
|LC Classifications||ND237.E39 A4 1950|
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|Number of Pages||68|
Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Oliver Tarbell Eddy (14 Nov –8 Oct ), Find a Grave Memorial no. , citing Woodlands Cemetery, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA ; Maintained by Ward Clemence White (contributor ).Burial: Woodlands Cemetery, Philadelphia, . Oliver Tarbell Eddy, American () was born in Greenbush, Vermont, the oldest son of inventor, printer, and engraver Isaac Eddy, who traced his ancestry back to the Mayflower. Although his father instructed him how to engrave on copper, Eddy evidently taught himself how to . Oliver Tarbell Eddy An engraver’s son, Eddy delineated his subjects with tight brushstrokes and delighted in rendering clothing and furnishings. Shown here are the four children of Stephen Ball Alling and Jane H. Weir of New Jersey, painted in commemoration of the death of the only boy, standing apart at the left. Title New-Hampshire: from late survey Contributor Names Ruggles, Edward, active Eddy, O. T. (Oliver Tarbell),
7. Working in about the same years, but in New Jersey and Baltimore, Oliver Tarbell Eddy (–) created images of children in shadowy interiors that share the same directness and seriousness of Peckham’s portraits. Some intriguing images parallel to Peckham’s were created by Eliza Goodridge (–), a Worcester miniaturist. Portrait of a young girl thought to be from the Andruff family of Newark, New Jersey, by Oliver Tarbell Eddy (–), c. Oil on poplar panel, 40 by 30 inches. Private collection; photograph courtesy of Joan Brownstein. The Alling Children by Oliver Eddy, circa , from The Metropolitan Museum of Art Oliver Tarbell Eddy (), Section I, Lot # The work of this painter includes portraits of many wealthy families from New York, New Jersey, Maryland, and Pennsylvania from the first half of the 19th century. Rare Book Collection ; Lord Baltimore Research Fellowship; Baltimore Uprising Archive Eddy, Oliver Tarbell, Description: Group portrait shows the children of Mr. and Mrs. Israel Griffith (Israel Jr., Sarah Ann, Mary Eleanor, Frances Ann, Alverda, and Emma): image shows boy in skeleton suit, girl in pink dress, girl in white dress.
Buy online, view images and see past prices for Oliver Tarbell Eddy, - , Death of General Pike, c. , Engraving. Invaluable is the world's largest marketplace for art, antiques, and collectibles. Oliver Tarbell Eddy, A Catalogue of His Works. Newark, Newark Museum Association, Oliver Tarbell Eddy was born in Greenbush, Vermont, the oldest son of inventor, printer, and engraver Isaac Eddy, who traced his ancestry back to the Mayflower. Although his father instructed him how to engrave on copper, Eddy evidently taught himself how to paint. Fig. 2 - Oliver Tarbell Eddy (American, ). The Alling Children, ca. Oil on canvas; x cm (47 1/8 x 62 7/8 in). New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch, Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art.