eew-349 Terms of Sale
CHASE DID THE WORK! The portly woman probably had her likeness drawn and painted on paper prior to the commencement of the daguerreian era in 1839. Either she or a family member brought the artwork to Mr. Chase, either Ezra or Lorenzo, who both operated in Boston at separate locations when this piece was copied onto a resealed quarter plate dag in the late 1840s. The surface is absolutely wonderful as the silver is seen at different angles. The tonality changes radically. Only a few re-tarnish brown dots are present inside the oval brass mat stamped “CHASE” in the lower right corner. The image is in a leather case with a detached cover.
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