Summary: Two letters from Cropsey to a Mr. Williams. The first letter acknowledges receipt of a frame and states that he is almost finished with the picture for Mr. Williams. In the second letter Cropsey accepts a commission to do a painting and states his conditions.
Painter; New York (N.Y.)
Donated 1967 by Robert H. Palmiter.
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Jasper Francis Cropsey letters, 1855-1856. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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