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Pastel portrait of Frances Stone Warrick (1921-2009) as a small child. Sitter has blond hair and blue eyes and is wearing a white shirt with ruffled collar. Double frame has decorative inner border of foliate scrolls, entire frame is painted a dark gold. Signed "Casilear Cole/9.13.22" in upper left corner.
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Centennial Acquisitions Exhibiton, October 22nd-23rd, 30th-31st, 2010:
Langdon descendant Frances Stone Warrick had many fond recollections of visiting her grandmother and great-aunts at the Langdon House as a small child. After inheriting many of the family portraits she remembered from her childhood, she decided that they ultimately should return to the Langdon House after her death. Her generous bequest adds to the richness of the story told at the house to visitors today. This portrait was painted when she was just over a year and-a-half old.
"CASILEAR COLE/9.13.22" (Handwritten in all capital letters)
"PHONE, CIRCLE 4115/Royal/Art Framing Co., Inc/115 WEST 54TH ST. NEW YORK" (Printed rectangular label, black text on brown paper)
"MONTGOMERY'S/1865/THE BEST/IN/MUSIC & ART/Portsmouth, N.H." (Printed in tan letters on green paper shield)
Cole, Thomas Casilear, 1888-1976 (Artist)
19 x 17 1/2 x 1 1/4 (HxWxD) (inches)
Bequest of Frances S. Warrick