The Hatch Family

The Hatch Family
Portrait of Alfrederick Smith Hatch and his family relaxing in the library of their New York home at 49 Park Avenue. Alfrederick is seated at a desk on the right, his wife Theodosia Ruggles Hatch stands nearby, her arm resting on the fireplace mantle. Her mother, Mrs. John Gould Ruggles is knitting at a table in the center, and behind her, Alfrederick Hatch's father, Dr. Horace Hatch, is reading a newspaper. The eleven children of Alfrederick and Theodosia are seated all around the room.
Artist: Johnson, Eastman, 1824-1906, painter.
Medium: Oil on canvas.
Smithsonian Control Number: IAP 36120493

The Hatch Family Portrait of Alfrederick Smith Hatch and his family relaxing in the library of their New York home at 49 Park Avenue. Alfrederick is seated at a desk on the right, his wife Theodosia Ruggles Hatch stands nearby, her arm resting on the fireplace mantle. Her mother, Mrs. John Gould Ruggles is knitting at a table in the center, and behind her, Alfrederick Hatch's father, Dr. Horace Hatch, is reading a newspaper. The eleven children of Alfrederick and Theodosia are seated all around the room. Artist: Johnson, Eastman, 1824-1906, painter. Medium: Oil on canvas. Smithsonian Control Number: IAP 36120493