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    Samuel F. B. Morse (American, 1791–1872) | Portrait of Mrs. Morse and Two Children | 1824 | Oil on canvas | 43 1/4 x 34 inches | Gift of Sandra Morse Hamilton and Patricia Morse Sawyer in memory of Bleecker, Patricia, and Bleecker Morse, Jr., and through prior gift of Margaret and John L. Hoffman | 2004.58 | The artist paints a portrait of his wife and children. Motherhood according to Morse is elegant, tender and nothing short of perfect

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    • Louise Bouton

      Samuel F. B. Morse (American, 1791–1872) | Portrait of Mrs. Morse and Two Children | 1824 | Oil on canvas | 43 1/4 x 34 inches | Gift of Sandra Morse Hamilton and Patricia Morse Sawyer in memory of Bleecker, Patricia, and Bleecker Morse, Jr., and through prior gift of Margaret and John L. Hoffman | 2004.58 | The artist paints a portrait of his wife and children.

    • Nara Posluzni

      "Portrait of Mrs. Morse and Children" by Samuel FB Morse. 1824, oil on canvas. In the collection of The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA.

    • Cathleen Early

      Samuel F. B. Morse (American, 1791–1872) | Portrait of Mrs. Morse and Two Children | 1824 | Oil on canvas | Gift of Sandra Morse Hamilton and Patricia Morse Sawyer in memory of Bleecker, Patricia, and Bleecker Morse, Jr. The artist paints a portrait of his wife and children. Motherhood according to Morse is elegant, tender and nothing short of perfect.

    • Ashlee Gardner

      Samuel F. B. Morse American, 1791–1872, Portrait of Mrs. Morse and Two Children, 1824, Oil on canvas

    • Sigrid Reisch

      Samuel F. B. Morse (American, 1791–1872) | Portrait of Mrs. Morse and Two Children | 1824 | Oil on canvas | 43 1/4 x 34 inches | Gift of by lou

    • Jayme InVa

      "Portrait of Mrs. Morse and Children" by Samuel FB Morse. 1824, oil on canvas. In the collection of The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA. Samuel Morse is chiefly remembered as the inventor of the telegraph. In the early nineteenth century, however, he was regarded as New York’s leading portrait painter. Shown here are the artist's first wife, Lucretia, and their two older children, Susan and Charles. Mrs. Morse died the following year, shortly after the birth of their third child, James.

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