(1845 - 1907)

Frederick E. James (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1845 – Percé, Quebec, 17 July 1907) was an American artist. He was noted for his depictions of 18th-century American life.

James trained first at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and later under the famed French artist Jean-Léon Gérôme.

Portraits by him of Benjamin Franklin, Stephen Girard, and the Marquis de Lafayette hang in the Masonic Temple in Philadelphia.

External links

§  Frederick James at Find a Grave


§  "A Colonial Wedding", 1883.

§  "An Impromptu Affair in the Days of the Code", 1893.

§  "Canadian Kitchen"

§  "Mischianza", 1881.

§  "The Introduction"


Source: Wikipedia
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