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    Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Portrait of John and Elizabeth Lloyd Cadwalader and their Daughter Anne by Charles Willson Peale (Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA, USA)

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    • Stacy Mishina

      harles Willson Peale (American artist, 1741-1827) John and Elizabeth Lloyd Cadwalader with their daughter Anne. John Cadwalader (1742-1786) was a commander of Pennsylvania troops during the American Revolutionary War; and apparently, he was a fine skater.

    • Paul C.

      Portrait of John and Elizabeth Lloyd Cadwalader and their Daughter Anne (1772), Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pa., Charles Wilson Peale

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      Philadelphia Museum of Art - Charles Willson Peale- American- 1741-1827 -- Portrait of John and Elizabeth Lloyd Cadwalader and Their Daughter Anne - Alafoto Art Gallery

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    • Leah Glickman

      Portrait of John and Elizabeth Lloyd Cadwalader and Their Daughter Anne (1772) by Charles Willson Peale (1741-1827), American (Philadelphia Museum of Art)

    • Hadra Schrimsher

      (John and Elizabeth Lloyd Cadwalader and their daughter, Anne, painted by Charles Willson Peale, 1772.) John Cadwalader (1742-1786) was a brigadier general of the Pennsylvania militia. He turned down repeated offers of a brigadier general's commission in the Continental Army, preferring to stay with his own troops. He took part in the battles of Germantown, Brandywine and the Battle of Monmouth.

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      Portrait of John and Elizabeth Lloyd Cadwalader and their Daughter Anne by Charles Willson Peale 1772

    • Sarah

      Charles Willson Peale, American - Portrait of John and Elizabeth Lloyd Cadwalader and their Daughter Anne - Google Art Project - Charles Willson Peale - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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      Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Portrait of John and Elizabeth Lloyd Cadwalader and their Daughter Anne by Charles Willson Peale (Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA, USA)

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