Thomas Sully Art Photos

Thomas Sully (1783 -1872) an American (English-born) portraits painter.

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Self-portrait of artist painting his wife, Sarah Annis Sully by Thomas Sully at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.Thomas Ash II, maker of chairs portrait by Thomas Sully at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.Captain Charles Stewart portrait by Thomas Sully at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Daniel La Motte portrait by Thomas Sully at Smithsonian American Art Museum. Washington, DC.
Self-portrait of artist painting his wife, Sarah Annis Sully (c1810) by Thomas Sully at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.Thomas Ash II, maker of chairs portrait (1807) by Thomas Sully at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.Captain Charles Stewart portrait (1811-2) by Thomas Sully at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Daniel La Motte portrait (1812-3) by Thomas Sully at Smithsonian American Art Museum. Washington, DC.
Mary Harvey portrait by Thomas Sully at Dallas Museum of Art. Dallas, TX.Jean Terford David portrait by Thomas Sully at Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH.Portrait of Dr. Joseph Klapp by Thomas Sully at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Portrait of Mrs. Klapp by Thomas Sully at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.
Mary Harvey (Mrs. Paul Beck, Jr.) portrait (1813) by Thomas Sully at Dallas Museum of Art. Dallas, TX.Jean Terford David portrait (1813) by Thomas Sully at Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH.Portrait of Dr. Joseph Klapp (1814) by Thomas Sully at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Portrait of Mrs. Klapp (1814) by Thomas Sully at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.
John Myers portrait by Thomas Sully at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.Mannerist portrait of Andrew Jackson by Thomas Sully at Clermont State Historic Site on the Hudson River. Jackson was best friends with Clermont's builder Edward Livingston, who was his Secretary of State. NY.Portrait of Andrew Jackson, first Territorial Governor of Florida, copied after Thomas Sully in old State Capitol. Tallahassee, FL.Passage of the Delaware showing George Washington on Christmas night of 1776 painting by Thomas Sully at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.
John Myers portrait (1814) by Thomas Sully at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.Mannerist portrait of Andrew Jackson (1815) by Thomas Sully at Clermont State Historic Site on the Hudson River. Jackson was best friends with Clermont's builder Edward Livingston, who was his Secretary of State. NY.Portrait of Andrew Jackson, first Territorial Governor of Florida, copied after Thomas Sully in old State Capitol. Tallahassee, FL.Passage of the Delaware showing George Washington on Christmas night of 1776 painting (1819) by Thomas Sully at Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, MA.
Lady with Harp: Eliza Ridgely portrait by Thomas Sully at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Portrait of Elizabeth McEuen Smith by Thomas Sully at Honolulu Academy of Arts. Honolulu, HI.Portrait of Marquis de Lafayette by Thomas Sully in National Portrait Gallery. Philadelphia, PA.Honorable Richard Biddle portrait by Thomas Sully at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.
Lady with Harp: Eliza Ridgely portrait (1818) by Thomas Sully at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Portrait of Elizabeth McEuen Smith (1823) by Thomas Sully at Honolulu Academy of Arts. Honolulu, HI.Portrait of Marquis de Lafayette (1825-6) by Thomas Sully in National Portrait Gallery. Philadelphia, PA.Honorable Richard Biddle portrait (1828) by Thomas Sully at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.
Portrait of Sarah Rogers King by Thomas Sully at Nelson-Atkins Museum. Kansas City, MO.Major Thomas Biddle portrait by Thomas Wilcocks Sully & Thomas Sully at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Coleman Sisters portrait by Thomas Sully at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Mrs. Charles F. Spang portrait by Thomas Sully at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.
Portrait of Sarah Rogers King (Mrs. James Gore King) (1831) by Thomas Sully at Nelson-Atkins Museum. Kansas City, MO.Major Thomas Biddle portrait (1832) by Thomas Wilcocks Sully & Thomas Sully at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Coleman Sisters portrait (1844) by Thomas Sully at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Mrs. Charles F. Spang portrait (1845) by Thomas Sully at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.
Andrew Jackson portrait by Thomas Sully at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Romanticized portrait of Pocahontas by Thomas Sully at Museum of Virginia History. Richmond, VA.George Washington portrait by Thomas Sully after Gilbert Stuart at Museum of Virginia History. Richmond, VA.Portrait of Thomas Jefferson by George Catlin after painting by Thomas Sully at Virginia State Capitol. Richmond, VA.
Andrew Jackson portrait (1845) by Thomas Sully at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Romanticized portrait (c1852) of Pocahontas by Thomas Sully at Museum of Virginia History. Richmond, VA.George Washington portrait (1856) by Thomas Sully after Gilbert Stuart at Museum of Virginia History. Richmond, VA.Portrait of Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826) by George Catlin after painting by Thomas Sully at Virginia State Capitol. Richmond, VA.
James Madison portrait by Thomas Sully after Gilbert Stuart at Museum of Virginia History. Richmond, VA.James Knox Polk presidential print by John Sartain after portrait by T. Sully. Little Rock, AR.Portrait of Patrick Henry by unknown after Thomas Sully in National Portrait Gallery. Philadelphia, PA.Thomas Sully portrait by Rembrandt Peale at Bayou Bend. Houston, TX.
James Madison portrait by Thomas Sully after Gilbert Stuart at Museum of Virginia History. Richmond, VA.James Knox Polk presidential print (1845) by John Sartain after portrait by T. Sully. Little Rock, AR.Portrait of Patrick Henry (1878) by unknown after Thomas Sully in National Portrait Gallery. Philadelphia, PA.Thomas Sully portrait by Rembrandt Peale at Bayou Bend. Houston, TX.

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