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18th Century Material Culture

Portrait Artists in America


Thomas McIlworth
Euphemia Beekman
by Thomas McIlworth c. 1761 - 1764
(Hirschl & Adler)
General John Bradstreet
by Thomas McIlworth 1764
(National Portrait Gallery)
Daniel Campbell, Merchant of Schenectady, New York
by Thomas McIlworth c. 1763 - 1766
(Winterthur)
Mrs. Daniel Campbell, Angelica Bratt, of Schenectady, New York
byThomas McIlworth c. 1763 - 1766
(Winterthur)
Possibly Nancy Johnson Claus
byThomas McIlworth
(Public Domain)
Mrs. Richard Curzon or Curson, Elizabeth Becker of New York City & Baltimore (1731 - 1787)
byThomas McIlworth c. 1757
(Baltimore Museum of Art)
Captain John Duncan, Albany County Militia, Grenadier Company, in Civilian Attire
byThomas McIlworth c. 1757 - 1762
(Public Domain)
David Edgar from New York City or Albany
byThomas McIlworth
(Sotheby’s)
Mrs. David Edgar
byThomas McIlworth
(Sotheby’s)
Portrait of a Gentleman, Possibly John Johnson
byThomas McIlworth
(Chazen Museum of Art)
Reverend Samuel Johnson, First President Anglican King's College of New York, Later Renamed Columbia University
byThomas McIlworth c. 1761
(Columbia University)
Dr. William Samuel Johnson, Member of the Continental Congress from New York City
byThomas McIlworth 1761
(Five Colleges and Historic Deerfield Museum Consortium)
Ann Beach Johnson of New York City
byThomas McIlworth c. 1760 - 1761
(Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute)
Sir William Johnson (1715 - 1774)
byEdward L. Mooney to Replace the Lost Painting by Thomas McIlworth c. 1838
(New York Historical Society)
Robert Livingston, Jr. (1708 - 1790)
byThomas McIlworth c. 1764
(New York Historical Society)
Mrs. Robert Livingston, Maria Thong (1711 - 1765)
byThomas McIlworth c. 1764
(New York Historical Society)
Abraham Lott, Merchant of New York City on Maiden Lane
byThomas McIlworth c. 1758
(Private Collection)
Lewis Morris, Judge of the Vice-Admiralty Court for the Provinces of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut
byThomas McIlworth 1760
(New York Historical Society)
Thomas Peebles, Merchant from Albany
byThomas McIlworth c. 1762 - 1767
(Albany Institute of History and Art)
Elizabeth Bratt Peebles
byThomas McIlworth c. 1762 - 1767
(Albany Institute of History and Art)
Mrs. Philip John Schuyler, Catherine Van Rensselaer, from Albany (1734 - 1803)
byThomas McIlworth c. 1762 - 1767
(New York Historical Society)
Gerardus Stuyvesant, City Manager of New York (1691 - 1777)
byThomas McIlworth c. 1760
(New York Historical Society)
Nicholas William Stuyvesant of New York City (1722 - 1780)
byThomas McIlworth c. 1760
(New York Historical Society)
Nicholas Stuyvesant, Merchant
byThomas McIlworth c. 1758 - 1762
(Vose Gallery, Boston)
Abraham Ten Broeck of Albany, Delegate 2nd Continental Congress, NY Brigadier General of Militia at Saratoga (1734 - 1810)
byThomas McIlworth 1763
(Albany Institute of History and Art)
Mrs. Abraham Ten Broeck, Elizabeth Van Rensselaer, of Albany (1734 - 1813)
byThomas McIlworth 1763
(Albany Institute of History and Art)
James Thompson of New York City
byThomas McIlworth
(James and Judith Herdeg Collection)
John Van Cortlandt, Merchant and Sugar Refiner of New York City at 17 Broadway Near the “Long Bridge”
byThomas McIlworth c, 1758 - 1762
(Montclair Art Museum ?)
Mrs. James Van Renselaer, Catherine Van Cortlandt
byThomas McIlworth
(Public Domain)
Jeremias Van Renselaer from New York City
byThomas McIlworth 1763
(Williams College / Clark Institute)
Stephen Van Renselaer II of Albany (1742 – 1769)
byThomas McIlworth 1763
(Albany Institute of History and Art)
William Walton, Shipbuilder from New York City
byThomas McIlworth
(New York Historical Society)
Portrait of a Gentleman
byThomas McIlworth
(Public Domain)
Portrait of a Lady of New York City or Albany
byThomas McIlworth
(Public Domain)
Portrait of a Gentleman of New York City or Albany
byThomas McIlworth
(Public Domain)
Boy & Girl
Possibly by Thomas McIlworth c. 1757 - 1768
(Winterthur)
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