2 edition of William James Hubard, 1807-1862 found in the catalog.
William James Hubard, 1807-1862
by Valentine Museum [and] the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond
Written in English
Contains a biographical sketch by H.G. McCormack, a bibliography, and a catalog of Hubard"s works shown at the Valentine Museum and at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
|Contributions||McCormack, Helen Gardner., Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.|
|LC Classifications||ND237.H84 V3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||a 48000284|
Description: WILLIAM JAMES HUBARD () Lieutenant William Hindman Campbell of the United States Navy oil on mahogany panel (an early 19th century door panel), 24 x 18 1/2 in., within gilded, carved frame Portrait of Baltimore native William Hindman Campbell () in his dress uniform as a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy, probably to celebrate his promotion to that rank in The Virginia Text Book of Royal Arch Masonry: Containing the Monitorial Parts of the Degrees of Mark Master, Past Master, Select Master, Royal Master, Most Excellent Master, and Royal Arch, and the Several Charges Pertaining Thereto, as Were Adopted by the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Virginia, and Published in the Book Known as "Dove's Royal Arch Text-Book,".
Not long after the book appeared, artist William James Hubard () painted Barton’s portrait. About the painting, the Philadelphia Museum of Art wrote: Barton is shown here on one of his rambles through the outskirts of Philadelphia in search of new botanical specimens. Collection of silhouettes, primarily bust-length and cut at a Peale's Museum (Philadelphia, Baltimore or New York) in the early 19th century. Items often contain physiognotrace impressed lines and some contain amateur pencil markings. A small number also include eyelash cutouts, contain ink details to depict hair or collars, or are folded in fours. Many silhouettes also include hair adornments.
The Hubard family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Hubard families were found in the USA in In there were 6 Hubard families living in Indiana. This was about 16% of all the recorded Hubard's in the USA. Indiana and 1 other state had the highest population of Hubard families in William James Hubard - Portrait of Charles W. Peale () - Google Art 1, × 2,; KB William James Hubard - Profile of a Man - Google Art 3, × 4,; MB.
Olyphant quadrangle, Pennsylvania--Lakawanna Co., 1994
Library of Congress classification. KDZ, KG-KH. Law of the Americas, Latin America, and the West Indies
wild beasts of India
Nancy Stark Smith
Loanwords in the worlds languages
On the eternity of the world
Addressing concerns about water through repository siting and design.
Problems of Leninism.
Whos not filing income tax returns?
Kinetics of chemical processes.
High temperature corrosion of advanced materials and proctective coatings
William James Hubard, ; a concurrent survey and exhibition, January, by Valentine Museum () (Book) Ode on the Hubard Gallery of cuttings, and the panharmonicon of music. by Nathaniel Dearborn (Book. William James Hubard, Richmond, Valentine Museum [and] the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts  (OCoLC) Named Person: William James Hubard; William James Hubard: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Helen Gardner McCormack; Valentine Museum.; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
William James Hubard () Born in England on AugWilliam James Hubard learned to be a showman while still a boy. His precociousness for cutting recognizable silhouettes 1807-1862 book his parents to give him over to the care of a neighbor, Smith, who.
Hubard, William James,sculptor Created / Published [between and ]. Hubard, Willliam (–) Artists > Willliam Hubard. Previous Next. Willie and Ella Hubard, Children of William James Hubard Artist.
Born in Shropshire, England, William James Hubard’s career as a portrait artist began at an early age. According to family lore, his observations of the local clergy during mandatory attendance at church resulted in.
William James Hubard (20 August - 15 February ) William James Hubard () was British-born artist who worked in England and the United States in the 19th century. He specialized in silhouette and painted portraits.
Hubard arrived in the United States from England in William James Hubard came from England before the War William James Hubard the States. On reaching Gloucester County, Virginia, he painted several portraits of the Tabb family, and married my mother's first cousin, Miss Maria Mason Tabb.
He moved to Richmond and had a home on what is now the corner of Park Avenue and Shafer. Estimate: $2, - $4, Description: WILLIAM JAMES HUBARD () Lieutenant William Hindman Campbell of the United States Navy oil on mahogany panel (an early 19th century door panel), 24 x 18 1/2 in., within gilded, carved frame Portrait of Baltimore native William Hindman Campbell () in his dress uniform as a lieutenant in the U.S.
Navy, probably to celebrate his promotion to. WILLIAM JAMES HUBAND An Exceptionally Fine Pair of Georgian Male Silhouettes (black ink on card) enclosed within their original figured Rosewood Frames, by Anglo American Silhouettist William James Huband The Gentleman facing right in formal attire and wearing a top hat.
Hubard, William James, ; William James Hubard Label from public data source Wikidata; Earlier Established Forms. Hubard, James, b. Sources. found: nuc His A catalogue of the subjects contained in the Hubard Gallery [MI] (hdg.
on Readex rept.: Hubard, James, b. ; usage: Master Hubard). William James Hubard, - William James Hubard Virginia. William James Hubard was born on month dayat birth place.
William married Maria Mason Hubard (born Tabb) inat age 29 at marriage place, Virginia. Maria was born on September 30in. William James Hubard (British, –) Portrait of a lady, standing full length and holding a book; and Portrait of a gentleman in a top hat both signed lower left "Hubard Gallery / " cut and bronzed, in rosewood frames (a pair) 25 x 17cm (10 x 7in) Yellowing and discoloration to the paper.
More Hubard papers are found in this period, particularly those of James Thruston Hubard, son of William Hubard, who married Susannah Wilcox, daughter of Edmund Wilcox and Susannah Watson Bolling Wilcox, circa (For more Edmund Wilcox papers, see undated subseries ).
Biography William James Hubard Born in Warwick, England, William Hubard became a portrait painter of historical interest, but his execution is considered awkward and ordinary. When he was a child, his early talent for cutting likenesses was discovered by a man named Smith, who took advantage of him.
The date and place of Hubard's birth, as stated on his tombstone, are not confirmed by any documents. and it seems reasonable to assume from the more recent evidence given above that Hubard was probably born on 6 April at Whitchurch.
He is known to have been the son of William James and Jane Hubard. Hubard, William James, Title ; Close. Social Networks and Archival Context. SNAC is a discovery service for persons, families, and organizations found within archival collections at cultural heritage institutions.
Sponsors. The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Institute of. Description. WILLIAM JAMES HUBARD () Lieutenant William Hindman Campbell of the United States Navy oil on mahogany panel (an early 19th century door panel), 24 x 18 1/2 in., within gilded, carved frame Portrait of Baltimore native William Hindman Campbell () in his dress uniform as a lieutenant in the U.S.
Navy, probably to celebrate his promotion to that rank in About this Book Catalog Record Details. A catalogue of the subjects contained in the Hubard gallery: Hubard, William James, View full catalog record.
Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. Portrait of Mr. William P. Barton, Professor of Botany, Physician, and Botanist William James Hubard, American (born England), - Geography: Made in. CAPTION William James Hubard (American, born England, ). Profile of a Man, ca. Painted paper cut-out mounted to wove paper in papier-mâché frame with brass hanger, Image (sight): 3 3/8 x 2 3/4 in.
( x 7 cm). In antebellum Virginia, Houdon’s statue became an obsession for American artist William James Hubard. Born in England inHubard eventually moved to Boston and established a reputation as a portrait painter and silhouette artist.
In the s, he relocated to Richmond, where he happened upon Houdon’s statue of Washington.William James Hubard (—) Quick Reference (–62).
Painter, silhouette artist, and sculptor. Chiefly a portrait painter, he also undertook historical and literary subjects. His distinctive, miniaturistic paintings portray full-length subjects within crisply detailed settings. Cabinet-size works also include a few imaginative themes.
William James Hubard. William James Hubard (–) was British-born artist who worked in England and the United States in the 19th century. He specialized in silhouette and painted portraits.
Biography. Hubard arrived in the United States from England in