Euphemia White Van Rensselaer (1816-1888)

Euphemia White Van Rensselaer (1816-1888)
Portrait of Euphemia White Van Rensselaer wearing a black velvet jacket, velvet and satin stole, and a black watered-silk skirt. On her head she wears a bonnet trimmed with bird of paradise feathers, flowers and satin ribbon. She stand against a background depicting the Roman Campagna with the ruins of Claudian aqueduct in the distance.
Artist: Healy, George Peter Alexander, 1813-1894, painter.
Medium: Oil on canvas.
Smithsonian Control Number: IAP 36120224

Euphemia White Van Rensselaer (1816-1888) Portrait of Euphemia White Van Rensselaer wearing a black velvet jacket, velvet and satin stole, and a black watered-silk skirt. On her head she wears a bonnet trimmed with bird of paradise feathers, flowers and satin ribbon. She stand against a background depicting the Roman Campagna with the ruins of Claudian aqueduct in the distance. Artist: Healy, George Peter Alexander, 1813-1894, painter. Medium: Oil on canvas. Smithsonian Control Number: IAP 36120224